Holiday Concert: Winter Serenade

 

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Saturday, December 13, 2014, 7:30 pm
East Liberty Presbyterian Church Sanctuary
116 South Highland Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Take advantage of the early bird rate until November 13 – $5 off General Admission.

Join us for the first concert in Renaissance City Choir’s 2014-2015 Season – our Holiday Concert: Winter Serenade. For this Holiday Concert, RCC will be joined by the Edgewood Symphony Orchestra as we perform Ralph Vaughan Williams’ gorgeous Serenade to Music, with chorus, vocal soloists, violin soloists, and orchestra. We will also be performing beautiful pieces in celebration of the Holidays, including a Hanukkah piece written for RCC and ESO by ESO principal bassist and principal cantor at Rodef Shalom, Molly May. In addition to this lovely music, we will also present a hysterical and historical trip through time with the tune “Mary Had a Little Lamb” in a piece entitled “Lambscapes,” and a sassy mashup of “Carol of the Bells” and several pop tunes (you have to come to the concert to hear which tunes).

Come hear this beautiful and fun concert, presented by your favorite LGBTQA choir, the Renaissance City Choir. Let us be part of our your Holiday traditions.


Save these dates for the rest of this season’s concerts, more information will be available soon:

Cabaret: Duet Together!

Duets and more from the Great American Songbook

Friday and Saturday, March 6 and 7, 2015, 7:30 pm
Friday and Saturday, March 13 and 14,2015, 7:30 pm
Sunday Matinee, March 15, 2015, 3 pm
East Liberty Presbyterian Church Social Hall
116 South Highland Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15206.

Pride Concert: Jazz Pride

Saturday and Sunday, May 30 and 31, 2015, 4:00 pm
East Liberty Presbyterian Church Courtyard
116 South Highland Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15206


RCC’s 2014-2015 Season: The Power of Music

To Entertain – To Provoke – To Inspire

During the past season, the Renaissance City Choir Board of Directors updated their mission statement:

The Renaissance City Choir affirms and celebrates LGBTQ identity through the unifying power of music.

Music is truly a powerful vehicle, carrying messages of hope, encouragement, community, advocacy, playfulness and joy, straight to the heart.

Join us for the 2014-2015 Renaissance City Choir season as we celebrate this potent vehicle of communication as we experience it in our lives.

 

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