The Legacy Chorale of Greater Minnesota will be the opening performers for the Twin Cities Community Gospel Choir at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 25 at Tornstrom Auditorium, Washington Middle School, Brainerd.
The performances are presented by the Great River Arts Association.
The Legacy Chorale of Greater Minnesota is a non-profit organization created by Artistic Director Sarah Aamot-Lundin in the fall of 2001. The group's mission is "to ensure the legacy of excellence in choral music in the greater Minnesota area while enriching, inspiring and renewing the communities in which we live."
Currently there are 37 singers in the Legacy Chorale representing 12 Minnesota communities: Backus, Baxter, Brainerd, Breezy Point, Crosslake, Deerwood, Ironton, Little Falls, Maple Grove, Merrifield, Nisswa and Pequot Lakes.
Participation in the chorale is by audition only, and singers from any community in Minnesota, large or small, are encouraged to audition. Auditions are held preseason in June and midseason in January.
The chorale made its debut in October 2002. Its programs consist of primarily a cappella (unaccompanied) choral music from all eras and styles, from Renaissance motets to African-American spirituals.
For further information about the Legacy Chorale of Greater Minnesota, including auditions, performance dates, times and venues, and special events, contact Bob Nelson (chorale manager) at email@example.com.
For tickets to Twin Cities Community Gospel Choir, call or visit the GRAA office, or stop by Bridge of Harmony or The Brainerd Dispatch. Any remaining tickets not paid for will be available at the door.
All seats are general admission with adult tickets at $16, students and seniors over 60 at $12 and children under 12 at $10.
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