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- Fri, Oct 28, 2011 - Fri, Oct 28, 2011 07:30 PM
- Baldwin First United Methodist Church - Baldwin City
- Music Department
Baker University Concert Choir & Community Choir
Directed Dr. Matthew Potterton
Special guest performances by:
- Baldwin City Children's Choir, directed by Amy Potterton
- Eudora High School Cantorei and Primo Voci choirs, directed by Angela Zysk
Admission is free.
Music will include classics by Felix Mendelssohn and Gabriel Faure, contemporary pieces by Willametta Spencer and Frank Ticheli, a Social Harp composition arranged by Brad Holmes, and a closing gospel piece, "Let Everything That Hath Breath" by Jeffery Ames, featuring all Baker Choirs and the Eudora High School Choirs.
Come share an outstanding evening of choral music from many styles and eras with approximately 175 performers of all ages.
- Baldwin First United Methodist Church - Website
- 704 8th Street
- Baldwin City