Saturday, March 28, 2020 | 8:00 pm
Live! at 10th & G
Strong. Resilient. Unstoppable. The Women of the Choral Arts Chorus and the Choral Arts Chamber Singers will showcase the breadth, depth, and richness of choral music composed by a diverse group of women whose creativity and talent are beyond formidable. Join Scott Tucker and guest conductor Gisèle Becker for a program of music that vividly evokes issues close to the hearts of composers such as Melissa Dunphy, Carol Barnett, and Undine Smith Moore. View a full list of works on the concert.
Tickets include a post-concert reception in the lobby.
Gisèle Becker, guest conductor
Scott Tucker, conductor
Women of the Choral Arts Chorus
Choral Arts Chamber Singers
First Half – 40 minutes; Intermission – 20 minutes: Second Half – 40 minutes
Please note: Melissa Dunphy’s Listen sets testimony by Anita Hill in 1991 and Christine Blasey Ford in 2018 to music. The work confronts singers and listeners with their challenging and powerful words. The text may not be advisable for patrons under the age of 18. Patrons should use discretion when purchasing tickets for this performance.
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The Choral Arts Society of Washington gratefully acknowledges its 2019-2020 Season Sponsors:
The Choral Arts Society of Washington appreciates the on-going support of: DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs Program & the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts National Endowment for the Arts.