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Choral Union Concert
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Date/Time
Friday, November 22nd 2013 - 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Location
United Church of Christ

The Mount Marty College Choral Union is pleased to present “Britten’s Centennial” on Friday, November 22nd at 7:30pm at the United Church of Christ (Congregational) in Yankton. Tickets are $10 each and MMC students, faculty and staff get in free with their ID.

This is the first concert for the Mount Marty Choral Union in their first full season. Their program will feature music by Benjamin Britten written for choir and organ, highlighting some well-known pieces and some unknown gems. The concert will also feature the Chamber Choir from Mount Marty College as they present some of Britten’s a capella arrangements for choir. A soloist from the college voice studio will present folk songs arranged by Britten for voice and piano as well. The Choral Union and Chamber Choir will combine at the end of the concert to sing Britten’s exciting cantata, “Rejoice in the
Lamb.” Marilyn Nyberg will accompany on the organ and Dixie Church at the piano for this great concert event.

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