FOR 2016-17, THE CHORUS HAS PLANNED A 3-CONCERT SEASON THAT INCLUDES EXCITING PERFORMANCES UNDER THE BATON OF MUSIC DIRECTOR MICHAEL CONNOR. WE WILL ALSO BE FEATURED WITH THE WILLIAMSPORT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AT 7:30 PM ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2017, AS PART OF THE LARGE CHORAL ENSEMBLE PERFORMING SYMPHONY NO. 2 ("RESURRECTION") BY GUSTAV MAHLER. PLEASE WATCH THIS SPACE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
Saturday, November 12, 2016, 3 p.m.
Central Mountain High School
64 Keystone Central Drive, Mill Hall, PA
"Salute to Veterans"
The season begins with a salute to our country's veterans. The Chorus invites all veterans from Clinton County to join us as we dedicate each piece of music to them and to our Armed Forces on active duty.
Sunday, November 13, 2016, 3 p.m.
Klump Academic Center Auditorium
Pennsylvania College of Technology
West Third Street, Williamsport
"Salute to Veterans"
This repeat performance will be presented in conjunction with the Veterans Club at Penn College, and the Chorus invites all veterans from Lycoming County to join us. We will dedicate each piece of music to those veterans and to our Armed Forces on active duty.
Susquehanna Tower (Main Lobby)
Williamsport Regional Medical Center
700 High Street, Williamsport
"The Body Electric"
Our next performance salutes sports, and what better way could there be to gear up for tonight's Super Bowl game than to enjoy a sports-themed concert? With the concert’s starting at 3 p.m., fans will have plenty of time to get back to their televisions and revelry.
220 West Fourth Street, Williamsport
"Voices Rising: A Rock Tour Collaboration with the Uptown Music Collective"
The last concert of our regular season will be a “rock tour” collaboration between the Chorus and the Uptown Music Collective. You will not want to miss this melding of two groups' sounds into magical harmonies. Both organizations are outdoing themselves as well with surprise visual effects.
On Friday, December 14, 2012, the Chorus presented "Wintersong", a light-hearted performance involving dance, song, and humor. To view our "Silent Monks" rendition of "The Hallelujah Chorus" at that concert, please click here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_rmoWLwBvQ&feature=youtu.be