Heritage Chorale concert – limited free tickets for seniors and children

by beth on October 30, 2015

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The Heritage Chorale is holding a special concert at St. Mark’s School next month. Once again, they are offering 100 free tickets to resident seniors and children ages 8-12. They are also selling tickets to the general public.

The fall concert is a tribute to British composer John Rutter, whose “choral music is filled with lyrical melodies of exquisite beauty”.

The night’s highlight will be a performance of “Mass of the Children” with help from children’s choir Boston Voices. Their voices will be backed by a richly varied instrument ensemble.

The performance takes place on Sunday, November 22 at 4:00 pm.

Details on the concert and free ticket offer are below:

Heritage Chorale's Rutter concert flyer           The approx. 100 member Heritage Chorale           Children's choir Voices Boston

Rutter – A 70th Birthday Tribute
Sunday, November 22, 2015 4pm
St. Mark’s School Performing Arts Center
25 Marlboro Road
Southborough, MA 01772

The Heritage Chorale and MaryAnn Morse Healthcare Corps are offering free tickets to Southborough-area residents. This concert is a wonderful inspiration for singers, young and old – from school choruses and church choirs. 

50 free tickets are available for Southborough-area children aged 8 to 12 for the Heritage Chorale Fall Concert. A free ticket requires the purchase of an accompanying adult ticket. Email: info@HeritageChorale.org for instructions on reserving your free child ticket.

50 Free Senior 65+ tickets are also available thru the Southborough Senior Center. Contact Peg Leonard at the Center to sign up.

Advance discount tickets are available at Heritage Online Tickets

Come to hear gorgeous choral works by John Rutter, the beloved British composer, who celebrates his 70th birthday in 2015. Rutter’s choral music is filled with lyrical melodies of exquisite beauty. The works on this program range in style from the stunning brilliance of “A Choral Fanfare” and “O Clap Your Hands” to the intriguing and entrancing sounds of “Musica Dei Donum” (for chorus and solo flute).

The featured work, Rutter’s rarely-heard “Mass of the Children,” will be a collaboration between the Heritage Chorale and VOICES Boston, the superb children’s chorus that frequently performs with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Lyric Opera. VOICES Boston will also perform a set of their own songs, including the world premiere of a new work, “Celebrate a New Day” by Richard Campbell.

Also joining the Heritage Chorale for “Mass of the Children” are soprano soloist Jean Danton, baritone soloist Garrett Murphy, and a richly varied instrumental ensemble including flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, French horn, string bass, organ, harp, and a dazzling array of percussion instruments.

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