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Kent State University Chorale and Men’s and Women’s Choruses Perform in April at Cleveland’s Historic Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist (04/07/2009)

The Kent State University Chorale, conducted by Scott MacPherson, and the Kent State University Men's and Women's Choruses, conducted by Kerry Glann, will perform at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist at 1007 Superior Avenue in downtown Cleveland at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22, as part of the cathedral's Helen D. Schubert Concert Series.  The mostly-sacred program will feature each ensemble separately as well as combined into a massed choir. 

As the flagship choral ensemble of Kent State University, the KSU Chorale performs masterworks of choral literature spanning five centuries.  In addition to its campus concerts, the Chorale tours each spring and is the featured performing ensemble in the university's annual Yuletide Feaste.  A majority of members are music majors in the Hugh A. Glauser School of Music.  The KSU Men's and Women's Choruses include students from across the campus who have a desire to achieve excellence in choral performance.  Both choruses tour regularly, and the Men's Chorus has appeared at the OMEA Professional Conference.

Admission is free, with a free-will offering taken to support the operation of the concert series. 

The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist is located at 1007 Superior Avenue in downtown Cleveland. Free parking is available at The Cathedral Plaza Garage located on the South-East Corner of East Ninth Street and Rockwell Avenue. The entrance to the garage is off of Rockwell Avenue.

Media Contact: Kerry Glann, 330-672-2485, kglann@kent.edu

 
 

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