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Enjoy Love Lost....Love Found and An Evening of Andrew Lloyd Webber for only $55 per person!
Season tickets can be purchased online here, or by mailing a check to:
2335 E. Colorado Blvd., #115-375 Pasadena, CA 91107
If you need assistance, or would like to purchase by phone, we'd be happy to help you- (818) 591-1735.
Love Lost...Love Found
February 11th at 7:30pm
First Baptist Church of Pasadena
75 N. Marengo Ave Pasadena, CA 91101
The Angeles Chorale will present an enchanting evening exploring the wondrous mystery of love in all of its many forms. Taken from the famous opening line of Shakespeare’s comedy, Twelfth Night, David Dickau’s, “If Music Be the Food of Love,” expounds on the notion that music, like love, can transform the soul. In a musical exploration of love after loss, Eliza Gilkyson’s haunting setting of “Requiem” and Norman Dello Joio’s ethereal “Come to Me, My Love,” will remind us that even after death, love endures. In a celebration of love found, James Erb’s renowned setting of “Shenandoah” tells the story of an early adventurer traveling to his love across his beloved Missouri River. In Paul Hailey’s, “Soldier Won’t You Marry Me,” Dr. John Sutton and the Angeles Chorale will navigate love’s influence on the human experience. Plus, you'll be enraptured with Eric Whitacre's stunning "Five Hebrew Love Songs." On February 11th, come fall in love with the angelic voices of the Angeles Chorale!
An Evening of Andrew Lloyd Webber
June 3rd at 7:30pm
Westminster Presbyterian Church
1757 N Lake Ave, Pasadena, CA 91104
AN EVENING OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER, is a celebration of the famed British composer, and his ability to help us all feel the heartfelt emotions of life and love. His very personal setting of the Requiem was written following the death of his father, William Lloyd Webber in 1982. Holding these feelings in his mind and heart, he soon came upon an article in the New York Times depicting some of the terrible tragedies of war in Cambodia, and particularly one story involving a brother and sister. These emotions and experiences became the genesis and framework for the Requiem. Webber describes this work as “the most personal of all [his] compositions.” Don’t miss the opportunity to hear this complex and beautiful Grammy Award-winning piece. Of course, a celebration of Webber would not be complete without performing some of the most beloved musical theatre selections of our time!
The Chorale will lend their voices to the iconic Broadway hits from Cats, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Phantom of the Opera, and more. Audiences are sure to be transported by the music of this night!
Buy in advance and save! General admission tickets in advance are $30, at the door are $35. Student tickets in advance and at door are $25. 10% discount for groups of 10 or more.
Healthy & Safety
The Angeles Chorale wants to ensure the safest possible environment for our patrons and performers so that we can all fully enjoy our concerts. This policy is subject to change in accordance with Public Health recommendations.
WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO WEAR A MASK
Masks are strongly encouraged, but not required, for anyone attending indoor Angeles Chorale concerts. We recommend that our patrons wear well-fitting medical grade masks, surgical masks, or higher-level respirators, such as N95 or KN95 masks.
VACCINATION IS RECOMMENDED
The Angeles Chorale recommends that all guests get vaccinated with a W.H.O.-listed COVID-19 vaccine, and any subsequent booster, but vaccines are not required to attend our concerts.
STAY HOME IF YOU ARE ILL
Stay home if you are sick or have COVID-19 symptoms, have been in contact with someone known to be or suspected to have been infected with COVID-19 within the last 14 days, or if you are subject to a quarantine or isolation order.
WASH YOUR HANDS FREQUENTLY
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, as often as you can, while inside the concert venue. Always wash your hands after using the bathroom.