College of Charleston SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

Free Concert Choir Performance

The nationally renowned College of Charleston Concert Choir will present its spring concert on Monday, April 22 at 8 p.m., at Grace Episcopal Church (98 Wentworth St.). The repertoire will include motets by Benjamin Britten and Morten Lauridsen celebrating their centennial and 70th birthdays, respectively; music of the Baltic nations by Veljo Tormis and Eriks Esenvalds; and Johannes Brahms’ great unaccompanied masterpiece Warum ist das licht gegeben. 
This performance, part of the Monday Night Concert Series, is free to the public courtesy of The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation.

The concert also celebrates the contributions to the choral program by one of the largest and finest senior classes in the choral area’s history. Please come and support these students!