#320 – Atlanta Opera Chorus Holiday Concerts at All Saints’ Episcopal Church – Monday and Tuesday, December 13 & 14, 2010
There are so many great concerts this week – and here is one of them, with two chances to catch it…
The Atlanta Opera Chorus is a body amazing of singers. Don’t let it fool you that they are in the “chorus” – just because they are the ensemble that backs up the principal roles doesn’t mean that they are less talented. Really, they’re just lesser well-known names or singers who love to sing but for whatever reason do not do it full time. At any rate, the talent is incredible, and here’s your chance to see a select eight singers in two special holiday concerts.
The singers – Kristen Brannan Sweitzer, soprano; Amy Little, soprano; Tami Giusto, mezzo-soprano; Kaitlyn Costello; mezzo-soprano, Nathan Munson, tenor; Timothy Miller, tenor; Zachary Brown, baritone; and Adam Cannedy, baritone – will perform under the direction of Chorus Master Walter Huff, with organ accompaniment by Peter Marshall. The concert will be a mix solo and ensemble numbers with traditional, familiar Christmas carols and favorite secular songs in the intimate setting of All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Midtown. For a complete list of selections, you can view the concert program online by clicking here.
There are two chances to attend – Monday, December 13 and Tuesday, December 14, 2010 – at 7:30 PM. Tickets are just $20.00 for general admission and $10.00 for students/seniors – you can purchase tickets online by clicking here. Bring a date for a romantic holiday evening or bring your family and start a new tradition!