Concord Chorale to perform Jan. 16-18

Deep in the depths of a New Hampshire winter, there is nothing better to stave off the chill than the warmth of a concert hall filled with glorious music. Such will be the opportunity for concert goers when the Concord Chorale presents, Eventide, Jan. 16-18, in Concord and Exeter.

Tickets are available in Concord at Merrimack County Savings Bank and Bona Fide Green Goods and in Exeter at Water Street Bookstore. The concert will be presented in Concord on Jan. 16 at 7 p.m. and Jan. 18 at 3 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 274 Pleasant St. and in Exeter on Jan. 17 at 2 p.m. at Christ Church of Exeter, 43 Pine St. Tickets are $20 ($15 for students and seniors).

The first program of the Chorale’s 2015 season, Eventide, will conjure images of outdoor fires, pub crawling and deep endearing love. An eclectic mix, one might say, but music director Kristofer Johnson artfully spans the eras and musical styles of Haydn, Brahms, Samuel Barber, Morten Lauridsen and arranger Craig Hella Johnson to create a thematic concert that brings us through the long, dark nights of winter to the awakening of lighter days.

Designed to showcase the talent and versatility of the Concord Chorale and its accompanist Molly Lozeau, who holds a master’s degree in collaborative piano from Boston University, Eventide provides solo opportunities for Chorale members and features primarily piano accompaniment.

So, warm up your chilly January with the warmth and beauty of the Concord Chorale.

Author: tgoodwin

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