Rhode Island Children's Chorus Chamber Chorus
The Chamber Chorus of the Rhode Island Children's Chorus will perform under the direction of artistic director Dr. Christine Noel, with Michael Galib at the piano, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of South County's annual concert to benefit its music program.
The UUCSC Choir will also perform a short selection of works, led by music director Michael Galib.
Tickets are $12 in advance, and $15 at the door for remaining seats.
The RI Children's Chorus has sung with the RI Philharmonic Orchestra in Carmina Burana, with the Providence Singers, and with the choruses of Boston University and Rhode Island College. The Chorus is featured on Bill Harley's Children's Album, "I Wanna Play," nominated for a 2007 Grammy Award. Members of the Children's Chorus were selected to appear in the film Moonrise Kingdom (2012), starring Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, and others. The Chamber Chorus performed by invitation at the 2009 Music Educators' National Conference (MENC), and at the 2010 and 2012 conventions of the Choral Directors' Association (ACDA). Their most recent performance took place at Harvard University's Sanders Theatre in February, where they were an invited group for the Harvard Women's Choral Festival.
Dr. Christine Noel, artistic director-elect of the Providence Singers, is director of choral activities at Clark University and artistic director of the Carillon Women's Chorus of Rhode Island. She is the founder and artistic director of the Rhode Island Children's Chorus, now in its tenth season, serving 200 young singers throughout the state.
Michael Galib, music director at UUCSC, studied composition at New England Conservatory, and now maintains an active studio of piano students in Rhode Island. Mr. Galib is the pianist for the Rhode Island Children's Chorus and Middlebury College's Summer French School.
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of South County (View)
27 North Road
Peace Dale, RI 02879
|Minimum Age: 4|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|