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The Georgia Festival Chorus Spring Concerts 2009


Posted: March 30th, 2009 @ 11:49am

Source: Information on the Chorus


The Georgia Festival Chorus Spring Concerts 2009

WHO:
The Georgia Festival Chorus, under the direction of Frank Boggs, Founding Director will perform a concert of "Total Praise" at Westminster Presbyterian Church-PCA as part of their 22nd Spring Concert Season.


WHAT:

The 110-voice chorus is accompanied by Cathy Adams, Pianist; and John Innes, Organist. The Chorus will be celebrating the life of Franz Joseph Haydn, an Austrian composer, as they commemorate the 200th anniversary of his death. Mr. Haydn is known at the "Father of the Symphony" and "Father of the String Quartet".

Their concert includes famous works by Mr. Haydn, and many other classical and prominent composers such as Beck, Mozart, Tschesnkoff, Wilberg and others.

The chorus is preparing for an Alaskan cruise June 6-13, 2009, performing on ship and in Juno, Alaska.

Please join us!

 

WHEN:

 

May 17, 2009, Sun.
6:00 p.m.

 

WHERE:

Westminster Presbyterian Church-PCA
1438 Sheridan Road, N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30324

404-636-1496
http://www.westminster-pca.org




HOW MUCH:
Admission is free!



ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

More information on the Chorus may be found at http://www.tgafc.org
Information on Frank Boggs and his musical recordings may be found at his website: http://www.frankboggs.com.



INFORMATION COURTESY:


Jerry Naff
Director of Music, at Westminster Presbyterian.

and

Mary C. Crawford
Publicity & Promotion
The Georgia Festival Chorus
2390-A Lawrenceville Highway
Decatur, GA. 30033-3118
princestuart@bellsouth.net
404-234-3581 cell
404-638-6777 res.



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