A wonderful concert!
Congratulations to the members of Eugene Concert Choir for putting on an incredible performance of Handel’s Messiah. The audience was very appreciative and the energy in the hall was palpable. Great job!
Last chance to buy season tickets before the wonderful Holiday Pops!
This is your last week to get the best deal on tickets to our shows: 25% off! After our Holiday Pops! show, this deal will no longer be available. Buy them online. And speaking of Holiday Pops…you don’t want to miss this heartwarming family-friendly show full of joyful music of the season! With classic carols, holiday songs, and music to celebrate the Festival of Lights plus much more! Siri Vik and the Yama Yama combo jazz it up with the choir while Dance Theatre of Oregon adds lighthearted visual elements to songs like “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.” Liz Kelly and Mary Reilly from Mix 94.5 will be emcees, and you might even see Santa! December 15th at 4 pm in Silva Concert Hall at the Hult Center. Get your tickets here!
Exciting Outreach Opportunities
In the spring, we’re doing another iteration of our “Singing a Masterwork” project! Community members are invited to join the choir for a special performance of the Fauré Requiem. Have you always wanted to sing a timeless classical masterwork with a wonderful choir and orchestra? Now is your chance! Click here for more information.
We are also looking for a Music Education Coordinator to head up our ECCO (Eugene Concert Choir Outreach) program. This person will go to elementary schools to teach children music for our annual Kid’s Concert. This year it’s Country Tunes for Kids! For more information about the program, position, and how to apply, click here.
2013-2014 Season Auditions
Auditions for the second half of our 2013-2014 season happen on Thursday, January 9th at Emmaus Lutheran Church. For audition information click here. You can contact the office at 541-687-6865 or email email@example.com
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