Ars Choralis returns to the beautiful Maverick Concert Hall in Woodstock to perform Música Hispánica: Then and Now, Saturday, June 18th at 7 PM and Sunday, June 19th at 4 PM. The concert, which celebrates the rich musical heritage of Hispanic cultures, comprises an eclectic sampling of music spanning the 12th through 21st centuries, featuring Ariel Ramírez's acclaimed Misa Criolla.
The chorus, conducted by artistic director Barbara Pickhardt, will be joined by percussionists Karen Levine and Leaf Miller, guitarist Greg Dinger, flutist Lynn Peck, pianist Kristen Tuttman and the Eribeth Chamber Strings for the performance. Soloists Harvey Boyer, Chuck Snyder and Jim Ulrich take part in the Misa Criolla. Other soloists include Amy Martin, Anita Shamansky, Matt Ulrich, Greg Dinger, Rachel Holt, Jim Noecker, Sheila France and Christina Gardner.
Online and advance ticket sales have closed. Tickets will be available at the door: $20 for adults, $10 for students age 18 and younger.
For information about previous Ars Choralis concerts, see Past Concerts.