As always, it was a true pleasure to make music with you and your students, and please do give singers and orchestra my heartfelt thanks and congratulations. - John Rutter
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) March 07, 2014
The New England Youth Ensemble and the Columbia Collegiate Chorale will share their passion for classical and sacred music with a tour across the greater southeastern United States this month. In a series of concerts, outlined below, these groups will entertain and uplift audiences throughout Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Having recently received their NASM School of Sacred Music Certification earlier this year, the groups are proud to be sharing their successes with you. Though university groups, both the NEYE and the CCC are semi-professional and are often engaged performing at professional levels and in world-renowned venues, ranging from Carnegie Hall to St. Martin-in-the-Fields that exceed their young age.
Saturday, March 8 at 11:00am: Staunton SDA Church, Staunton, VA
Monday, March 10 at 10:30am: Mount Pisgah Academy, Asheville, NC
Tuesday, March 11 at 10:00am: Atlanta Adventist Academy, Atlanta, GA
Tuesday, March 11 at 14:00: Georgia Cumberland Academy, Calhoun, GA
Wednesday, March 12 at 11:00am: Forest Lake Academy, Apopka, FL
Friday, March 14 at 8:00am: Greater Miami Adventist Academy, Miami, FL
Friday, March 14 at 10:30am: Miami Union Academy, Miami, FL
Friday, March 14 at 19:30: Miami Temple SDA Church, Miami, FL
Saturday, March 15 at 18:00: Avon Park SDA Church, Avon Park, FL
Washington Adventist University and Insouciance Abroad are proud to partner to bring you the world class music performed by these two groups. The orchestra and chorale bring their wonderfully varied program to the southeast following their successful four-week tour to South Africa in 2012, also managed by Insouciance Abroad.
“The program was nicely balanced for contrasts between unaccompanied performances and those with orchestra.” - The Washington Post
“As always, it was a true pleasure to make music with you and your students, and please do give singers and orchestra my heartfelt thanks and congratulations.” - John Rutter
The collaboration is continuing with an upcoming tour to Australia May 27 - June 16, 2014. For Dr. Bingham, choral director and chair of the music department, Australia is an opportunity to return to his roots, having grown up in Geelong, Australia, outside of Melbourne.
Insouciance Abroad has spent the last nine years organizing travel for these talented groups. They will not only bring an incredible level of musicianship to their performances but will do so in a way that will inspire you with their passion for great sacred and classical music.
For more information about this tour or Insouciance Abroad please contact Peter Lombard at 888-626-2927