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The Amabile Singers will present its autumn concert, “The Masters of Choral Music”, on Saturday, Nov. 24, at 7:30 p.m., at Spring Park United Church on Kirkwood Drive in Charlottetown.
This 12-person SATB ensemble, which has been enchanting audiences for several years and under Travis Boudreau’s guidance, continues to challenge itself with diverse programming.
Under the direction of Boudreau, with collaborative pianist Andrea Ellis, this chamber choir will present a concert of master works of choral music including Mozart’s “Veni Sancte Spiritus”, “Jesu , Rex Admirabilis” by Palestrina, Bartholdy’s “Zum Abendsegen” and Handel’s “Coronation Anthem III”, as well as modern compositions like “The Ground” by Ola Gjeilo, Eriks Esenvalds’ “Stars” and a beautiful arrangement of “Gabriel’s Message” ” (a folk song by the ever-famous “anonymous”).
This evening event is a wonderful way for concert-goers to bid adieu to November and welcome the advent season.