Legacy Concert 2017 Camelback High School
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September 24, 2017 @ 7:00 pm
Continuing with its Legacy Concerts Series, the Orpheus Male Chorus of Phoenix joins the award-winning Phoenix Children’s Chorus and the Australian Girl’s Choir for a program featuring individual and collaborative performances from all three ensembles. Two concerts will be presented Sunday, September 24, 2017. 3 PM at Dobson High School, 1501 W. Guadalupe Rd., Mesa and 7 PM at Camelback High School, 4612 N. 28th St., Phoenix. Admission is $15 for adults | $12 for seniors / students | $5 children age 3 – 10 and free for children 2 and under.
Phoenix Children’s Chorus
Phoenix Children’s Chorus fosters excellence in youth by facilitating artistic, musical, and cultural development through choral education and performance. We provide a professional environment in which a diverse community advances the talents, self-esteem, and life skills of its members. As global ambassadors, we develop a passion to enrich the world around us by creating perpetual supporters of the arts.
Australian Girl’s Chorus
The AGC was established in 1984 by Judith Curphey OAM, with 150 girls rehearsing in four classes in the Melbourne suburb of Burwood and Judith as the sole tutor. The appeal of our unique approach to combining dance with choral music meant that it was not long before chapters of the organisation opened in other cities around Australia. Today we are proud to have 5000 girls learning to sing, dance and perform in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.
Orpheus Male Chorus of Phoenix
Founded in 1929, it is Arizona’s longest-standing, continually performing choral organization. Since its inception, the ensemble has performed to enthusiastic audiences in venues throughout greater Phoenix, nationally, and internationally. The ensemble’s most significant assets are the singers, who come from a variety of musical backgrounds. Most are not professional musicians, yet come to the chorus with dedicated hearts and a deep desire to share their vocal gifts with others.