Does the thought of spring make you want to sing? Then participating in The University of Findlay’s April presentation of Joseph Haydn’s “The Creation” might be just the thing.
The University’s Concert-Chorale will be joining forces with the Toledo Choral Society to perform Haydn’s epic oratorio based on Judeo-Christian beliefs and inspired by John Milton’s poem “Paradise Lost.”
Singers of all skill levels the surrounding area are invited to join in rehearsals and the performance, scheduled to take place on Sunday, April 12 at Findlay High School.
Rehearsals will be held each Monday and Wednesday from 3:30-5 p.m., beginning on Monday, January 12. They will be held in the University’s Frank J. Egner Center for the Performing Arts’ Room 209.
According to choir conductor and UF music professor Micheal Anders, Ph.D., “the (three-part) piece runs about two hours, but there will be two intermissions.” Participants sit during solos, as they do for Handel’s “Messiah.”
For more information, contact Anders at (419) 434-4717 or email him at email@example.com.
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