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Collegiate Chorale Offers ‘A Luminous Night’

The University of Maine School of Performing Arts will present a concert featuring the Collegiate Chorale and its Chamber Choir at 7:30 p.m. April 13 in Minsky Recital Hall.

Admission is $9; free with a student MaineCard. Tickets can be purchased at the Collins Center for the Arts box office or at the door before the performance. For more information or disability accommodations, call the Collins Center for the Arts, 207.581.1755.

Collegiate Chorale, directed by graduate music student Justin Zang, is a mixed choral ensemble open to all UMaine students. The group draws from a diverse repertoire, performing works from all style periods — from the Middle Ages to the present. In Saturday’s concert, they will perform works by Joseph M. Martin, Ruth Morris Gray, Ola Gjeilo, Scott Farthing, Andrew Hirst and Z. Randall Stroope. They are accompanied by Clayton W. Smith.

Chamber Choir, under the direction of fourth-year vocal education and performance double major Allisen Donovan, is a division of Collegiate Chorale. The group will perform works by Joshua Shank, Jay Althouse and Hall Johnson. They are accompanied by Sierra Ventura.

Soloists for the concert are; J’ahn Deschambeault, Molly Abrams, Peggy Hoare, Kellie Eldridge, Ellyn Touchette, Seth Lockman, Rogan Winch, Tyler Greenlaw, Sara Phillips, Joshua McKay and Margaret Howson.

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