WHEN AND WHERE?
Saturday, September 18, 7:00 p.m., Vancouver United Church of Christ, 1220 N. E. 68th St., Vancouver, WA (Hazel Dell)
Sunday, September 19, 2:00 p.m., Moreland Presbyterian Church, SE Bybee Blvd., Portland, OR
PLEASE NOTE: At both venues we are requiring that proof of vaccination against Covid-19 be shown. In other words, please be prepared to show your vaccination card or a photo of the card at the door. All singers have been vaccinated. In addition, all singers and members of the audience will be asked to wear masks. Social distancing will be observed.
Our 2021 program is selected. Our theme is "Resilience." We hope you find, as we do, that it is timely. One important, slightly longer work, we are planning is "A Silence Haunts Me" by Jake Runestad. It's based on lyrics taken from a letter from Ludwig van Beethoven to his brothers as the composer agonizes over his diagnosis of the loss of his hearing. What a powerful, poignant, and moving work!
We're eager to perform the whole "Resilience" program . We think you'll find it uplifting. For sure, every member of the choir is eager to rehearse and sing for you. It's been a l-o-n-g time. We missed you and each other in 2020!
Rather than charging for tickets or suggesting a donation amount this year, we are offering this year's program for any amount you choose to give...or nothing at all, if you wish! Please come and hear us. We love our audiences and hope to see you! But, be safe!
Our 2021 program: (not in order of performance)
Resilience - Abbie Bettinis
I Am Glad - Dan Schreiner
A Silence Haunts Me - Jake Runestad
Abide - Dan Forrest'
A Little Song of Life - Reg. Unterseher
How Can I Keep from Singing? - Paul Aitken
Emerald Stream - Seth Houston
Like a River in My Soul - Arr. Tim Osiek
O lux beata Trinitas - Andrej Makor
All God's Critters Got a Place in the Choir
Distress - Reg Unterseher
Terre Neuve - Marie Saindon
Deep Peace - Elaine Hagenberg