MUSE - Cincinnati's Women's Choir Concerts November 12 and 13: "One World Many Voices"
Event Date: November 12, 2011
Posted: November 7, 2011
Location: Ohio, USA
Choir type: Community Choirs
One World Many Voices
The World Choir Games are coming to Cincinnati and MUSE welcomes these international choristers to our city. Together we’ll revel in the sounds brought here from around the globe. The November MUSE concerts will bring a little of that flavor here to our beloved rehearsal home – St. John’s Unitarian Universalist Church. You may get a buzz from some of our repertoire. MUSE launches our own fair trade coffee blend, so we’ll sing about a caffeine overload (it’s a polka). On Sunday the special added feature will be the Women’s Chorus from Indian Hill High School under the direction of Deborah Centers.
If you want to hear music that makes you feel connected to other people, makes you feel like reaching out to the sounds and life stories of friends in our global village, then please join us. MUSE sings music that touches, excites, agitates, heals, and inspires. You’ll get all of that and more.
Saturday, November 12 7:30 pm
Sunday, November 13 3:00 pm
Location: St. John’s Unitarian Universalist Church; 320 Resor Ave; Clifton
Tickets can be purchased online through the MUSE box office at www.musechoir.org or over the phone, by calling 513-221-1118. $15 1 adult/1 child $10 Student with ID and $5 children 12 and under. Free childcare with reservations by November 1 by calling 221-1118.
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MUSE - Cincinnati's Women's Choir is raising the curtain on season 29. Founded and directed by Dr. Catherine Roma, MUSE is a choir dedicated to musical excellence and social change.
70-voices strong, MUSE represents women of diverse backgrounds who sing to honor the enduring spirits of all people. Whether performing on courthouse steps or in a performing arts auditorium MUSE makes more than 25 concert appearance annually responding to life experiences through song.