Selections from movies and Broadway will hit the stage on Saturday, March 29, at 3:30 pm in Old Cabell Hall at U.Va. Songs from Frozen, Spring Awakening, The Color Purple, and Avatar will add flair to this entertaining concert presented by the Virginia Women’s Chorus.
Come celebrate spring with current favorites, including Let it Go, classics, spirituals and Appalachian folk music. Performances will range from the popular Mama Who Bore Me, to the traditional Bright Morning Stars are Rising, to selections by Mendelssohn and Judith Shatin, professor and composer at U.Va. A jazz combo with piano, guitar, trumpet, bass, and drums will add zest and ramp up a concert that may just send you to heaven and back. This diverse display of music is sure to inspire and uplift audiences of any age! The Chorus is known for bringing novelty to its concerts and this year will be no different. The Virginia Belles, U.Va.’s oldest female a cappella group, will join the Chorus, and there will be a few surprises. Come and enjoy a fantastic program!
Admission to the concert is $15 for adults, $10 for VWC alums, and $5 for students and may be purchased from the Arts Box Office and by phone at (434)924-3376.
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