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Gala Goes POPS

Sunday, Oct 16 at 4 pm at Inly School, Scituate

Gala Goes Pops will be our usual popular and eclectic mix of classical, close harmony, barbershop, gospel and folks plus a special concert rendition of
Gilbert and Sullivan's "Trial by Jury". Bring your drinks and snacks and be entertained!
Archangel subscribers have a front table for 5 included in their subscription.

Tickets are $30; table for 5 @ $125 (a discount over single-ticket price).
Inly School is on Route 123 in Scituate, at the Norwell town line.

Sound clips from a previous Gala:
Wade in de water (Unicorn Singers at Gala 2011)
How high the moon Arr. Chuck Cassey
Wood River Connie Kaldor

Christmas Concert

Saturday, December 10 at 8 pm, at House of Prayer in Hingham
Sunday, December 11 at 4 pm, at First Parish in Cohasset

The Animals of Christmas is a gentle exploration in song and story of the role the creatures of the Creche have played in the celebration of the Nativity. Michael Theobald of Milton will narrate with poetry and readings on the theme. As always, our Christmas concerts benefit the Wellspring Multi-Service Center.

Tickets are $20.   A $30 "Concert Sponsor" ticket includes an additional Wellspring donation and you will be listed in the concert program.

From our 2011 program: All My Heart This Night Rejoices (excerpt)

Heart & Music

Saturday, February 11 at 8pm at House of Prayer in Hingham

SNOWDATE February 25th

Supports Horizons for Homeless Children and is not part of our subscription series. Admission is $30 in avance and $35 at the door. Reservations can be made online or by check made out to Horizons for Homeless Children and mailed to: Sally Davenport, 63 Burditt Ave., Hingham, MA 02043. Your name will be on the reservation list at the door.

Can't attend the concert but want to donate to Horizons for Homeless Children? Please send a check to Sally Davenport at the address above.

3 brief excerpts in medley from our 2010 Review: Valentine Mini Medley

Joint Spring Concert

Sunday, April 2 at 4pm at House of Prayer in Hingham

The wonderful Dylan Thomas poem "Fern Hill," as set to music by American composer John Corigliano,will be the centerpiece of the spring concert,
There Is a Season, presented by both choruses.

Tickets are $20. Your tickets will be available for pick up at the door.

From our 2012 Concert:
Rollin' Home (excerpt)
Sailing at Dawn (excerpt from Songs of the Fleet) David McFerrin, baritone

Download your copy of"Hingham and Scituate Nautical History" by Joan Gatturna.