Austin's original community chorus brings joyful holiday music under the direction of Juli Orlandini December 16 and with Central Texas Philharmonic December 18.
AUSTIN, Texas - Dec. 6, 2022 - PRLog -- Panoramic Voices, Austin's original community choir, today announced the exciting details of two 2022 holiday performances.
Ring in the Season with "FAs & LAs" Friday, December 16
Panoramic Voices, under the direction of Executive Director/Conductor Juli Orlandini, presents "FAs & LAs" Friday, December 16, 2022 at the Austin Scottish Rite Theater located downtown at 207 W 18th St.
You are invited to ring in your holiday season with this family-friendly concert, including singalong selections, a holiday craft market featuring local artists, and festive refreshments! The performance will include a dash of classical with a healthy dose of re-imagined standards (such as "Go Tell it on the Mountain" Arr. by Michael Engelhardt) and even a little bit of magical movie music from the holiday classic Home Alone!
Doors will open at 6:15 pm for refreshments and craft shopping. The concert starts at 7:00 pm and includes an extended intermission for more shopping!
The program offers something for everyone, and tickets are available at $25 per seat for adults and $10 for children and students. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.panoramicvoices.org.
Go "Home for the Holidays" with Central Texas Philharmonic Sunday, December 18
Panoramic Voices has once again been invited to perform with the Central Texas Philharmonic under the direction of Stefan Sanders. The program will truly bring you "Home for the Holidays," featuring many of your favorite holiday songs and carols, as well as G.F. Handel's Hallelujah Chorus. The performance will be Sunday, December 18 at 4:00 pm in Georgetown at the Rodney And Mary Klett Performing Art Center at Georgetown High School, 2211 N Austin Ave. General ($35) and premium ($40) admission tickets are now available.
End-of-Year Giving and Business Sponsorships
Panoramic Voices invites you to make a donation to their end-of-year giving campaign and is also welcoming new business sponsors. Your support is vital in keeping Panoramic Voices accessible to all who want to participate. Panoramic Voices has minimal fees for participation, asking singers only to cover the cost of sheet music and T-Shirts. We waive those fees and cover the cost for those who cannot afford them. The organization employs a talented staff that includes our Executive Director/Conductor Juli Orlandini and Associate Conductor Katrina Saporasantos, along with section leaders and other professional musicians.
About Panoramic Voices
Founded as Texas Choral Consort in 1997, Panoramic Voices, a 501(c)3 organization, is an adventurous choral collective that thrives on a "music without borders" approach. Committed to serving an inclusive and diverse audience, Panoramic Voices is a non-auditioned choir that prioritizes accessibility for singers and audiences. With collaborations spanning all genres—classical, country, rock, hip hop, and beyond—Panoramic Voices has worked with a dizzying array of artists such as Mobley, Roky Erickson, Carson McHone, Calliope Musicals, Zeale, and Grammy Award-winners Roomful of Teeth. Additionally, Panoramic Voices regularly commissions new works from living composers across genres and borders. The group has premiered compositions by Pulitzer Prize-winner Caroline Shaw, Wilco's Glenn Kotche, Austin luminary Graham Reynolds and many more.
Links to concert graphics and Panoramic logos can be downloaded here!
Juli Orlandini, Panoramic Voices
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