The Mid-Columbia Mastersingers Treble Choir, led by Associate Conductor Reginald Unterseher, will perform a concert program called High Baroque that will feature two extended works by celebrated Baroque era composers: Vivaldi's Gloria and Bach's arrangement of Psalm 51, Tilge, Höchster, meine Sünden.
The MCM Treble Choir is made up of soprano and alto members of the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers Symphonic Choir. This concert will feature individual singers in several solos and
duets, and both works will be accompanied by chamber orchestra.
Also appearing on the program at the Friday and Saturday concerts will be two of the Mastersingers Youth (MY) Choirs: the Girls’ Choir, directed by Marianne Larsen, and the Young Women’s Choir, directed by Jolyn Glenn. The MY Choirs will sing a variety of a cappella songs, as well as songs with piano accompaniment and percussion, reflecting on the themes of joy, hope, peace, and beauty in the world around us.
The performances will be Friday and Saturday, April 12 & 13 at 7:30pm, with a 3:00pm matinee on Sunday, April 14, at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Kennewick. There will be a “Behind the Music” talk 30 minutes before each concert. Tickets are $25 for adults, and free for K-12 students. This production is part of the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers 2018-19 season, and tickets can be purchased online at www.mcmastersingers.org or by calling 509-460-1766.
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