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Around the World in 80 Minutes: Music from Around the World

Around the World in 80 minutes: Music from the Around the World

SUNDAY, March 22ND 2015 @ 3PM


Concert will begin at 3pm, doors will be opened for General Seating at 2:30pm.

*Ice Cream Social immediately following the concert.*

Tickets: Adults: $10, Children (12 years and under): $8

Tickets may be purchased at Monday Rehearsals at Liberty Middle School (7319 Eustis Hunt Rd E, Spanaway, WA 98387) from 4pm to 6:30pm or at the door on the day of the concert starting at 2pm.

For additional information about the concert, please see our Calendar and on Facebook.

For questions or more information about tickets or the concert, please contact the Choir Manager, David Nguyen, at ChoirManager@vivacechoral.com or by phone at (206) 310-5420.

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Vivace! Choral Program is on Facebook. Visit Vivace! at www.facebook.com/vivacechoralprogram to follow Vivace!, watch video clips from performances, and see upcoming events and concerts by Vivace!

Vivace! choirs have been featured in concert at The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception and The Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.; the Abbey Bach Festival in Mt. Angel, Oregon; and in cathedrals from Seattle to San Francisco along America’s scenic West Coast. The Cathedrals Choir performed in Austria at the Mozart Festival in Salzburg and Vienna, with additional formal concerts at Melk Abbey and the Matthias Church in Budapest, Hungary. The choir has also been featured in the Seattle Symphony’s Benaroya Hall and Tacoma’s Pantages Theater. Singers have performed with the Tacoma Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Harvey Felder and under the direction of Dr. Geoffrey Boers of the University of Washington. Vivace! choirs have also been featured in concert with the inimitable Peter Schickele, a.k.a. P.D.Q. Bach. They have appeared several times on classical radio broadcasts and have been featured in Seattle’s Argosy Christmas Ship Festivals.

The Vivace! Choral Program offers a continuous and comprehensive 4th-12th grade mixed choral experience for students as a supplement to the musical offerings of the regular school day.

Vivace! uses a strong educational mentoring model, in which each choir is “mentored” by students from the next level in the organization. Additionally, a small number of novice educators and college students who plan to teach music are selected as section leaders for the Cathedrals Choir.

While students receive instruction in vocal technique, theory, history, movement and performance, Vivace! provides young music educators the opportunity to practice and hone their artistic skills in a nurturing environment. The choristers perform a wide variety of music; from the sophisticated motet to satisfyingly silly and choreographed pieces. Always delightful, Vivace! choirs invite, inspire and entertain all.
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