‘The Color Wheel’ by Midcoast Community Chorus: eclectic selection, palette of sound
ROCKPORT — Midcoast Community Chorus will present their annual winter concert Sunday, Jan. 13, at 4 p.m., at Strom Auditorium, Camden Hills Regional High School, Route 90, in Rockport.
The concert theme, The Color Wheel, invites the audience to listen to an eclectic selection of songs and experience a palette of sound with associations of color to voices, emotions, meanings in the music, or causes stirred by the music.
Steven Weston, MCC’s artistic director, will conduct the 180-member chorus to provide “streams” and “pops” of sound, the sensation of surround sound, as well as a conventional choral group sound, according to a MCC news release.
Sean Fleming, assistant director and pianist, will direct the band and accompany the chorus.
At all MCC concerts, the audience is given the opportunity to join the chorus resulting in one thousand voices “singing in community for the community,” according to the release.
The MCC Chorale and the MCC Women’s Ensemble will also perform their unique musical offerings.
Purchase concert tickets online at www.mccsings.org or call the box office at 207-975-0582.
Ticket prices are $15 for General Admission, $25 and $30 for Reserve seats.
General Admission tickets only are available at Clean Bee Laundry in Camden, The Grasshopper Shop in Rockland, and The Green Store in Belfast.
Purchase tickets early as past concerts have sold out quickly, according to the release.
For more information, contact 207-975-0582, or firstname.lastname@example.org.