Archive for January, 2010

April Concerts

“Rejoice and Sing”

Come experience two magnificent master works with us: Benjamin Britten’s “Rejoice in the Lamb” and Handel’s “Dettingen Te Deum” with a chamber orchestra and soloists.

April 23rd, 8:00 pm, First Baptist Church located at 901 Trinity Street, Austin, TX 78701 ( View Larger Map in New Page )
April 24th, 8:00 pm, St. Albert the Great Church located at 12041 Bittern Hollow, Austin, TX 78758 ( View Larger Map in New Page )

Ticket prices are: $15 general admission, $12 for seniors, and $5 for students. For ticket information, please email Austin Singers at ASauditions@gmail.com.

*Contributions from this concert will benefit North Central Caregivers in Austin. For more information about this important charitable organization, click here

By supporting the Austin Singers, you support your local community!

First Baptist Church:

St. Albert the Great Church:


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November concerts

“A Poetic Portrait” will be given on November 21 at 8 p.m. and November 22 at 4 p.m. in the sanctuary of University Presbyterian Church.

Timothy Workman, Artistic Director

Congratulations to the winners of the Austin Singers High School Poetry Contest offered in conjunction with the their fall concert, “A Poetic Portrait”.

First Place:  Camille Peeples
“Ode to Three Muses”

Second Place: Emily Glickman
“Moment Lost”

Third Place: Kyle Obermann
“The Rock”

Honorable Mention: Alexandra Noll
“Soldier’s Pledge”

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A summary of our performances for the 2008-2009 season:

“Motets, Madrigals, and Mayhem”
October 24 and 26, 2008

A stunning variety of works ranging from medieval songs, both sacred and secular, to contemporary choral pieces and arrangements of Broadway tunes.

“Colors of Christmas”
December 12 and 13, 2008

Sparkling a cappella gems, including majestic carols and works featuring harp, oboe, and violin. A special benefit for the Micah 6 food pantry.

“Harmonie and Thyme”
April 18 and 19, 2009

John Rutter’s magical “The Sprig of Thyme” for chorus, soloists, chamber orchestra, and harp. And Franz Joseph Haydn’s exuberant “Harmoniemesse” for choir, soloists, and orchestra.

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