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C-Notes The on-line newsletter of the Minnesota Chorale
April 2010

In this issue:
  • Sing Mahler with us
  • Chorale gala May 15
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  • Sing Mahler with us
    InChoir logo

    Like Beethoven's Ninth, Gustav Mahler's Second Symphony ("Resurrection") employs a choir only in its final movement. But what a movement! Barely audible at first, the voices build slowly to what may be music's greatest climax--an unforgettable experience for any singer. But don't take our word for it. Come feel it for yourself on Monday, April 5, at 7 p.m., at Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church in Minneapolis for the Chorale's final InChoir program of the current season.

    And a special treat: we'll sing the rarely-heard choral parts from Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture," also included on this program.

    Chorale Artistic Director Kathy Saltzman Romey is conductor and host. Admission is free, and music is provided.

    This edition of InChoir is connected to the Chorale's preparation for a performance of these works with the Minnesota Youth Symphonies on Sunday, April 25, 3 p.m. at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis.


    Chorale gala May 15
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    Join us for this year's fabulous Cabernet Cabaret, Saturday, May 15, from 7 to 10 p.m. in the elegant ballroom of the Woman's Club of Minneapolis, 410 Oak Grove Street, Minneapolis. It's a sparkling celebration of everything we love about the Minnesota Chorale!

    • Savor delicious wines and delectable finger foods
    • Browse an eclectic array of silent auction items
    • Enjoy informal performances by the Minnesota Chorale and the Minneapolis Youth Chorus
    • Join in the excitement of our live auction with the extraordinary Karen Sorbo, with chances to bid on a dinner with the Minnesota Orchestra's maestro Osmo Vänskä, one-of-a-kind vacation experiences, and the opportunity to sing the National Anthem with the Chorale
    • Mix and mingle with Artistic Director Kathy Romey, Chorale singers and friends of the Minnesota Chorale
    Tickets are only $85 per person. Reserve your place now by clicking here, or call 612.455.2100.


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    2010-11 Season
    The Minnesota Chorale

    Brahms, Handel, Mozart, Puccini; operas and oratorios; sacred and secular: next season's offerings promise to be as broad as ever for fans of the Minnesota Chorale.

    We'll be onstage at Orchestra Hall with the Minnesota Orchestra, at the Ordway Center with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, singing with our Minneapolis Youth Chorus, and presenting some smaller works in more intimate settings.

    Full details about next season will be posted here next month. Stay tuned!

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