Join us for the “Long Live Song” concert at Old Saint Mary’s Church in Cincinnati, Ohio on May 23, 2018. This will be an evening of powerful music featuring singers from three exceptional local choirs: The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s Classical Roots Choir, the Young Professional Choral Collective, and the Cincinnati Boychoir.
These three choirs share the stage in a concert that showcases the power of voice and the depth, diversity, and deep feeling created by choral music. Pieces to be performed include Moses Hogan’s “We Shall Walk Through the Valley of Peace,” “Ubi Caritas,” and “Ride On, King Jesus.” Tickets available online.
Every year, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s (CSO) Classical Roots Community Mass Choir brings together over 150 volunteer singers and music ministers from a dozen area churches into one well-recognized group. Through their concerts, they seek to engage communities and celebrate African American musical heritage.
Since 2011, the Young Professionals Choral Collective (YPCC) of Cincinnatihas sought to connect local people, businesses, and arts through the beauty of choral music. This group of 850 volunteer singers is known for its unique, high-quality concerts, including collaborations with other Cincinnati arts organizations.
The Cincinnati Boychoir, one of the premier professional boychoirs in the United States, is dedicated to developing young boys and men musically, intellectually, and emotionally. From its home at the Aronoff Center for the Arts, the Boychoir offers opportunities to approximately 200 young men every year and performs regularly with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
Don’t miss this chance to be moved by great music and talented choirs in a beautiful space. Tickets still available.