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Concert benefits Chorale Ensemble

by Tiffany Garrett, staff writer

 

On March 11th the HPU International Vocal Ensemble and Chorale will hold a benefit concert at 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church at 1822 Keeaumoku St. on the corner of Nehoa, in Makiki.

 

The concert, Moonlit Serenade, is a benefit to raise funds for the Vocal Ensemble’s planned June 2006 trip to Vienna and Salzburg, Austria to honor the 250th anniversary of Mozart’s birth.

Moonlit Serenade combines both solo and ensemble pieces performed by a select group of ensemble members, according to Jessie King, who added that the performers were selected on the basis of a classical music audition. According to Director of Chorale Activities, Susan Duprey those hand-picked audition pieces will be presented at the concert.

Moonlit Serenade will be followed by a reception and a chance for the audience to meet the performers.
Admission to this concert is free, but donations will be welcomed by calabash.

 

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