Honors Youth Choir of Chorus North Shore Concert Friday 5/3 at Shalin Liu

The Honors Youth Choir of Chorus North Shore is very excited about the
opportunity to perform their spring concert  “Music Shall Live”  at 7:00 PM
on Friday, May 3rd at the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport.

CNS Youth Choir Rockport Concert 4-27-2012 4-09-34 PMThis 50 member choir  of youth ages 10 through high school come from 16
communities across the North Shore.

The program is comprised of songs that are an invitation to sing and
include music from the Renaissance period to folk songs.  The title of the
concert “Music Shall Live” comes from an early German round about music, a
song that the choir will perform.

The choir is directed by Sonja Dahlgren Pryor and accompanied by Dr. Frank

Tickets: $18
Available on line at: www.rcmf.org
By calling 978.546.7391 M-F, 10 AM – 4 PM
By visiting the box office M-F, 10 AM – 4 PM
35 Main Street, Rockport MA, 01966
This concert is made possible by grants from The Essex Cultural Council, The
Gloucester Cultural Council and The Rockport Cultural Council

Cape Ann Youth who are Choir Members:
From Rockport: Benjamin Adams,  Emily Dailey, Sarah Palmer,  Sophie
Palmer,  Katrina Tuck
From Gloucester:   Johanna Couture-Pocaro,  Olivia Francis,  Mariah
Murphy-Thornley,  Shannon Murphy-Thornley, Isabella Piscitello,  Charlotte
Salmon,  Kayla Saltonstall,  Rachel Wolfe
From Manchester:  Nellie Boling,  Madeleine Potter, Tori Potter,  Izzi
Schmidt,  Santana Tosi

The Honors Youth Choir of Chorus North Shore is an outstanding group of 50
talented young local musicians. They come together to learn the discipline
and joy of shared music–and many go on to study music in college. The
children come from communities all over the North Shore–from Rockport to
Newburyport and Marblehead–and represent the diversity of the area with
children from public and private schools and several who are home schooled.

The Choir’s repertoire includes work by Faure, Brahms, Handel, Mozart,
Britten, and Bernstein. They regularly sing with the Chorus North Shore,
matching the discipline of the 125-voice adult chorus.

The Honors Youth Choir is a fully funded program allowing students aged ten
through high school the opportunity to learn and perform choral masterworks
and present extraordinary concerts. The singers are selected by audition and
must attend scheduled rehearsals and concerts. Chorus North Shore artistic
director, Sonja Dahlgren Pryor and executive director Mary Sepich bring
their experience as lifelong educators and musicians to the planning and
development of this special group.