Saturday, December 5, 2009

MAGNIFICAT

You are cordially invited to attend:


J.S. Bach's Magnificat in D and other seasonal music of Britten, Lauridsen, Mendelssohn and Robert Shaw/Alice Parker
Type: Music/Arts - Performance
Cost: Usually around $5 to $7 each, less with student ID
Date:   Sunday, December 6, 2009
Time:  3:00pm - 4:30pm
Location:  University of Idaho Administration Auditorium
Description: Magnificat in D - Johann Sebastian Bach
Pamela Bathurst, soprano
Sheila Converse, mezzo-soprano
Scott Miller, tenor
Chris Thompson, baritone

UI Festival Orchestra
University Chorus and Vandaleer Concert Choir

Dr. Michael Murphy, conductor

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My daughter will be singing in this.  She has had both Pamela Bathhurst and Chris Thompson for vocal instructors.

If you have never seen the inside the University of Idaho Auditorium, it is almost worth the trip just for that.  It is beautiful.

Tessa, you know where this is. :)

Adrienne?

If anyone can attend, be sure to go really early so that you can park right behind the Admin Bldg and not have to hike a half-mile or more.  Look on-line for a printable parking map.  I chose the map for people with disabilities "just because".  No University parking permit is required during performances.

Unfortunately, it is snowing, and the driving conditions will probably be horrible.  But, as long as it isn't "blizzarding", we will be attending.

6 comments:

Madeline's Album said...

Thank you for your visit to my blog. The snow is all gone now, but it was very pretty while it lasted. Good luck to your daughter. Have a great evening. Madeline

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

I hope for a break in your weather. And for a safe trip.

As to enjoying it, there is no doubt about that. :-)

Gingerella said...

Enjoy the performance!

Adrienne said...

I wish I could go. Harold is coming in from MN tomorrow, so it wouldn't work.

motherhen68 said...

I wish I could go too!

Tess said...

I'm so sad I couldn't make it down for this! I loved singing in that auditorium. I'm glad it was awesome!