Ticket Giveaway! Asheville Choral Society and the Asheville Symphony Chorus’, Light and Life, April 29

Behold the raw power of a sea of trained voices. A rare opportunity for lovers of choral music is coming up when singers from the Asheville Choral Society and the Asheville Symphony Chorus join forces to celebrate spring with sound and bring epic choral music to Western North Carolina. The concert, dubbed Light and Life, will bring together more than 200 singers and more than 30 instrumentalists for an exhilarating event

Featuring major works from two favorite, contemporary American composers, this performance is sure to wow. Requiem for the Living, Dan Forrest’s lofty tribute to hope for comfort and the joy of life. Morten Lauridsen, (known for O Magnum Mysterium), has newer piece also to be performed, Lux Aeterna (“eternal light”), which projects words of reassurance and comfort with a luxurious and emotive choral arrangements.

Comment below before midnight on Tuesday, April 29, to be entered for a chance to win one of two pairs of tickets to this special show.

Who: 200+ Singers from the Asheville Choral Society and the Asheville Symphony Chorus
When: April 29, 2017, 7:30PM
Where: Arden Presbyterian Church, 2215 Hendersonville Road, Arden, NC

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5 thoughts on “Ticket Giveaway! Asheville Choral Society and the Asheville Symphony Chorus’, Light and Life, April 29

  1. Elle

    Sounds like a wonderful evening! I would thoroughly enjoy attending.

  2. Darren

    Haven’t heard these groups perform since I arrived in Asheville. Would love the opportunity.

  3. Kevin Dobo

    As a past member of ACS, I would love to go to this performance. Should be wonderful!

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