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Spring Concerts this March

Saturday, March 3 at 7:30PKantorei logo
Kantorei
“Kaleidoscope”

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The Human Experience is ever changing.  Light. Dark. Focused. Blurry. Kantorei explores the many emotions that accompany us on the journey of life.

 

Monday, March 5 at 7:00P
Cherry Creek High School Meistersingers
Send-off
 concert

One of the finest High School Choirs in the nation performs their send-off concert before traveling to Oklahoma City, as headliners for the Southwest Conference of the American Choral Directors Association.

The Meistersingers is an auditioned mixed choral ensemble from Cherry Creek High School under the direction of Sarah Harrison. The ensemble strives for excellence in their art and find fun in being serious about music. Over the decades, the choir has appeared at numerous state, regional and national conventions, most recently at 2015 CMEA and 2012 SWACDA Convention in Dallas.  They are slated to perform at SWACDA this upcoming March in Oklahoma City.  They have appeared on CBS This Morning and with the St. Olaf Choir and Orchestra, Denver Brass, Kantorei, and the Colorado Symphony. Annual performance tours have included locations throughout the United States, Europe, Iceland, Australia, and Asia.

$10 suggested donation at the door

 

Saturday, March 17 at 7:30P
Frank Perko III, MM
Organ Dedication Concert

In celebration and re-dedication of the organ at First Plymouth Congregational Church, UCC., come witness and hear an evening of fiery musical excitement, featuring concert organist Frank Perko III, MM. An inspiring, eclectic, virtuosic, adrenaline-filled presentation of music for organ will fill the sanctuary of First Plymouth Congregational Church with sonic fascination. The program will contain music from a few of the giants in organ composition, and also from a few of the titans in orchestral composition.  Mr. Perko will perform Cesar Franck’s famous, Chorale No. 3 in A-Minor, a few fantastic toccatas for organ by composers: John Kuzma, Porter Heaps, and Johann Sebastian Bach, and additionally Bach’s monumental, Passacaglia in C-Minor. The program will also feature a few of Mr. Perko’s own arrangements and transcriptions for organ:  A Night On Bald Mountain by Modest Mussorgsky, and George Gershwin’s decadent Rhapsody in Blue.  

$10 suggested donation at the door

 

Saturday, March 24 at 7:30P
First Plymouth Chancel Choir
“Requiem” by Mack Wilberg

This concert is free to the public. A free-will offering will be taken.