Winter Choir Concert - Shoreline CC choirs - Thursday

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Chamber Choir of Shoreline Community College
Photo courtesy Shoreline CC

Winter Choir Concert - "Poems"
Thursday, March 15, 2018 at 7:30pm

First Lutheran Church of Richmond Beach

Choir students from both the Chamber Chorale and the Shoreline Singers have been working hard to prepare for a recital entitled “Poems”. 

These pieces will strike a chord in a way that only choral music can, through the heart.

Pieces will come from a variety of poets including Sara Teasdale, Euan Tait, and Octavio Paz, as well as folk tunes and traditional.

Accompanied and a capella alike, they will perform a variety of music in many styles that focus special attention on conveying a lyric or idea. They will also continue our series on the Vivaldi “Gloria” with four additional movements.

Donations suggested: $5 for seniors and students, and $7 for general admission

Choir director Evan Norberg
Choir Background Information

Shoreline Community College has two first-rate choirs; the Chamber Chorale, and the more selective Shoreline Singers. Choral Director Evan Norberg schedules vocal auditions for students at the beginning of each Quarter.

The Chamber Chorale is a group of 30 to 40 singers that performs primarily Classical literature, often with orchestra. 

The Chamber Chorale tours every year and performs their own concerts in Fall and Spring quarters.

During the Winter quarter, chorale members are the opera chorus for the Opera Workshop productions. Directed by Evan Norberg

The Shoreline Singers is a 12 to 16 voice a cappella ensemble. 

The Singers perform a wide variety of music including madrigals, vocal jazz, spirituals, world music, and more. As the unofficial “musical ambassadors” for the college, they perform over a dozen concerts on campus and throughout the community each year. 

All new and returning students interested in joining Shoreline Singers must audition to be in the group.


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