Placer Pops Chorale Spring Concert Series
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Rocklin, CA- - Tickets are still available for the popular Placer Pops Chorale Spring Concert Series, directed by Lorin Miller, but hurry - they're going fast!
Experience the sights and sounds of cities around the globe without ever leaving home. Take this musical journey at a professional-quality, immensely entertaining concert packed with famous big city tunes.
Featured are choral highlights from the award-winning musicals "West Side Story" and "Chicago." Also in this two-hour performance, you'll be treated to "April in Paris," Manhattan Transfer's "Boy From New York," Paul Simon's "Sound of Silence," "Theme from New York, New York" made famous by Frank Sinatra, pieces sung in Italian, Spanish and Latin, plus much more! From spicy salsa rhythms to cool jazz, this concert showcases the energy, romance and vibrancy of urban life - a grand tour not to be missed!
"At 75 voices strong, our group has never sounded better and the music for this concert series is exciting, beautiful and absolutely entertaining! We are one of the few choral groups in this area performing music completely from memory, which allows the singers to have a more powerful connection with the music, and to the audience!" Director, Lorin Miller
For more information about the Placer Pops Chorale, access: www.placerpops.org or call 916-434-6156.
Dietrich Theatre, Sierra College
5000 Rocklin Road
- Saturday, May 3 at 2:00
- Sunday, May 4 at 2:00
Parking on the Sierra College Rocklin Campus is free on the weekends, beginning at 4:00 pm Friday afternoon through Sunday.
Tickets are available online at: www.placerpops.org or by calling 800-838-3006. Prices: $17.50-$32.50.
Harris Center/Three Stages at Folsom Lake College
10 College Parkway
-Friday, May 30 at 7:30
Tickets are available online at: www.harriscenter.net or by calling 916-608-6888. Prices: $20-$35.
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