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St George Chamber Singers “The Three B’s: Bach, Brahms & Britten”

April 20, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

$20
St. George Chamber Singers

“The Three B’s” Bach, Brahms, and Britten.

The St. George Chamber Singers is Southern Utah’s premier chamber choir, directed by Dr. Paul Wiens, Wheaton College Professor Emeritus. It is a select group of dedicated choral artists, committed to excellence in vocal chamber music. Their repertoire largely consists of classical a cappella music. This season they are performing three major works by three exceptional composers: “The Three B’s”, or Britten, Brahms, and Bach. They’ve also prepared a diverse selection of other pieces, giving audiences a variety of genres and composers to enjoy. Paul Wiens, DMA, Wheaton College Professor Emeritus, conducted noteable choirs for over 40 years. Serving as Chorus Master under the baton of maestro John Nelson, memorable performances included Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Handel’s Messiah & Brahms’ Requiem. Wiens sang in the Atlanta Symphony Chamber Choir under the legendary Robert Shaw. With precision and challenging harmonies, these incredible vocalists will make this a night of inspiration and celebration of the father of music himself, Bach!

Come early and enjoy a pre-show gourmet boxed dinner by Harmons!  Select dinner and show from the drop down menu when purchasing your tickets — must pre-order dinner (and show ticket) so don’t delay, do it today!

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Date:
April 20, 2018
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$20
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St George Chamber Singers “The Three B’s: Bach, Brahms & Britten”

“The Three B’s” Bach, Brahms, and Britten.

The St. George Chamber Singers is Southern Utah’s premier chamber choir, directed by Dr. Paul Wiens, Wheaton College Professor Emeritus. It is a select group of dedicated choral artists, committed to excellence in vocal chamber music. Their repertoire largely consists of classical a cappella music. This season they are performing three major works by three exceptional composers: “The Three B’s”, or Britten, Brahms, and Bach. They’ve also prepared a diverse selection of other pieces, giving audiences a variety of genres and composers to enjoy. Paul Wiens, DMA, Wheaton College Professor Emeritus, conducted noteable choirs for over 40 years. Serving as Chorus Master under the baton of maestro John Nelson, memorable performances included Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Handel’s Messiah & Brahms’ Requiem. Wiens sang in the Atlanta Symphony Chamber Choir under the legendary Robert Shaw. With precision and challenging harmonies, these incredible vocalists will make this a night of inspiration and celebration of the father of music himself, Bach!

Come early and enjoy a pre-show gourmet boxed dinner by Harmons!  Select dinner and show from the drop down menu when purchasing your tickets — must pre-order dinner (and show ticket) so don’t delay, do it today!

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