Chamber Ensembles to Perform Tonight
Three chamber ensembles from the NGU School of Music will be performing a diverse program on Tuesday, April 23.
The flute choir, led by Mrs. Martha Kitterman, will feature first on the concert.
Next, the string ensemble, under Dr. Michael Weaver's direction, will perform selections from Gustav Holst's Moorside Suite.
Lastly, the NGU Singers, together with the NGU Chamber Orchestra, will present one of J.S. Bach's cantata Christ lag in Todesbanden. This cantata is one of the few that the composer wrote for the Easter season.
The concert will be in the Hamlin Recital Hall at 7pm. Tickets are required for this program.
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