The College of Charleston Concert Choir, the CSOC, and the Taylor Festival Choir will join the Charleston Symphony Orchestra to present the feature concert in the 2013 National Collegiate Choral Organization National Conference. The program conducted by Dr. Taylor will include Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Dona Nobis Pacem and Serenade to Music.

Tickets at the door, $20.

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Albert-George Schram, Nashville Symphony, guest conductor CSO Chorus | Dr. Robert Taylor, director Charleston Children’s Chorus | Dr. Charles Benesh, director Experience the annual holiday celebration with the CSO and the CSO Chorus while joining in on traditional classics and festive sing-a-longs. Guest conductor Albert-George Schram is Resident Conductor of the Nashville Symphony and also…

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The Charleston Symphony Orchestra Chorus along with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra directed by Dr. Robert Taylor will present a concert that represents a combination of classic choral music in the presentation of Gabriel Faure’s classic Requiem Mass and the world premier of one piece recently commissioned for the chorus, Dover Beach by Edward Hart. The…

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The Spring Concert conducted by Dr. Robert Taylor will conclude the season’s offerings with a repertoire beautifully suited to the skills and vocal range of the Chorus as well as the beautiful acoustics of Grace Episcopal Church.

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Te Deum, the early Christian hymn of praise, has been set to music by composers for centuries. Handel’s Dettingen Te Deum, written in 1743 to celebrate King George II’s triumphant return from defeating France in battle, features all the radiance and intricacy of Baroque choral music. Estonian composer Arvo Pärt’s haunting setting, written in 1985,…

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