The Arizona Repertory Singers Spring concert, “The Beauty of the Earth,” offers moving music with the powerful theme of preserving our planet. Experience timely pieces such as “Emerald Stream” by Seth Houston and Frank Ticheli’s “Earth Song” paired with beloved favorites including “Sing of Spring” by George and Ira Gershwin and “For the Beauty of the Earth” by John Rutter.
Friday, April 22 7:30 p.m St. Mark’s United Methodist Church
Sunday, April 24 3:00 p.m. Christ Church United Methodist
Friday, April 29 7:30 p.m. Tanque Verde Lutheran Church
Covid precautions:All Arizona Repertory Singers singers and staff are vaccinated and have had a booster shot. To protect our audiences, all patrons over the age of 12 must show proof of vaccination and a booster shot, and wear masks to attend our performances.
February 27 ARS is excited to partner with the University of Arizona Symphonic and Arizona Choirs for a combined concert on February 25 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church and February 27 at 3 p.m. at St. Augustine Cathedral downtown. Admission is free. This is an exciting opportunity to build our relationship with the university and reach a new audience with thought provoking repertoire about the importance of planet conservation.
Coming in April The Spring 2022 concerts will feature repertoire that emphasizes the importance of preserving our planet by slowing the effects of climate change – which affects not only all of us, but nature and animals as well. ARS will highlight this issue for our listeners with music that includes Emerald Stream by Seth Houston and Estonian composer Uno Naissoo’s Metsa Telegramm.
Following the success of our first-ever virtual holiday concert, the Arizona Repertory Singers announces our next virtual concert – I Can See the Light, available on April 30, 2021.
Our journey takes us from Eliza Gilkyson’s “Requiem” – a song of grief composed after the Asian Tsunami in 2004 – to Dolly Parton’s “Light of a Clear Blue Morning.” This music reaffirms that light will shine through the darkness once again.
Along the way, we revel in the beauty of our Earth and the quiet space of faith as expressed by Conor Koppin in” When Music Sounds.” A trio of love songs provides another lens through which to explore love, loss, compassion and redemption.
We also present two instrumental pieces – a vivacious piano solo by our accompanist, Trissina Kear, and a virtual guitar quartet performance by our Music Director, Ryan Phillips.
The concert link will be emailed to ticket buyers on April 30th and will be accessible through May 20, 2021.
If you purchase on April 30 through May 20, the link will be sent with your receipt.
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