Once again Lenore Heinson, Artistic Director accompanied by talented Lori Jarvey on the piano, hits it out of the park with an entertaining selection from a wide variety of much loved musical theater and patriotic songs.
The Woodland Chamber Singers spring 2017 concert will be taking a road trip throughout the history of American Musical Theater as a tribute to our great United States. Included in the program are small ensembles, a trio, a quartet, several selections from well-known films and countries beyond the United States (England, Italy, and Russia). The program promises to sing of the “brotherhood of man” throughout the world.
The concert starts as a journey in Ohio with a show-stopping opener: “There’s No Business Like Show Business” from Annie Get Your Gun. Then jump to the west coast with “California, Here I come” followed by the lovely, “I Left My Heart in San Francisco”. Selections then take us to Kansas City, the plains of Oklahoma, on to Missouri riding on a trolley, to the shores of the Mississippi River, the excitement of New York City, and finally, to the small town of River City, Iowa, highlighting the great songs from The Music Man, the centerpiece of the season.
There is nothing like live music, please join the Woodland Chamber Singers for their Mother’s Day weekend concert.
Note: Tickets can be purchased at David’s Broken Note in Woodland, Watermelon Music in Davis, and from WCS chorus members, or at the door.
Phone: (530) 219-3355