Ozarks Chorale performs Saturday
The dedicated singers of The Ozarks Chorale, now in their 20th season, are wrapping up rehearsals for their upcoming Spring Singfest Concert, which will be held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 9, in the Eureka Springs Auditorium.
"As spring slowly removes the sting of Old Man Winter, The Ozarks Chorale is turning our thoughts to standing before the microphone in Eureka Springs at The AUD on May 9 and singing a variety of music to lighten your heart and soul," said Chorale President Paul Gandy. "There is a mix of classical by Handel and Mozart as well as African, German, and American pieces."
Harmonious voices from all across the Arkansas and Missouri Ozarks come together each week from January to May to learn new pieces and hone their harmonies into some spectacular singing. This concert will bring the listeners a wonderful array of music the entire family will enjoy.
"Our group has been hard at work with artistic director and conductor Beth Withey, preparing for this fun concert," Gandy added. "Come to the concert to solve the puzzles of 'How Can I Keep From Singing' and what would happen 'If You Only Had A Moustache!' "
Tickets for the spring concert may be purchased at The Auditorium ticket office for $10. Students always get in free. The ticket office will open one hour before the performance. Refreshments will be available in the lobby with proceeds from the snacks donated to a local charity. For more information visit www.theozarkschorale.org or follow Ozarks Chorale on Facebook.
This program is supported, in part, by the Arkansas Arts Council, an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage.