The Hilton Head Choral Society cordially invites the community to “A Mozart Celebration” annual spring concert on March 31 at 7 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 540 William Hilton Parkway.
Join this celebration of arguably the greatest musical mind in modern history – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
On this magical evening, the Hilton Head Choral Society will be accompanied by members of the Charleston Southern University Music Department Faculty and CSU Alumni to perform Mozart’s setting of the Coronation Mass and select numbers from some of his most famous operas including the Marriage of Figaro and Cosi fan Tutte.
The crowd-pleasing orchestral pieces will consist of solos, duets, small groups, as well as full chorus participation.
Albert Einstein described Mozart’s music as a “reflection of the inner beauty of the universe.” The members of the Choral Society feel that concertgoers will definitely agree.
“We feel honored to perform these arrangements by such a prolific and influential musical composer,” said Dr. Dustin Ousley, artistic director of the Choral Society. “Broadening the Mozart musical experience for our audience through the presentation of these beautiful pieces will be a treat for everyone in attendance.”
For the health and safety of all, ticket holders will be subject to any COVID-19 policy established by either Hilton Head Choral Society or First Presbyterian Church at the time of the concert.
Tickets are available online at hiltonheadchoralsociety.org. For more information or for assistance placing your ticket order, call 843-341-3818 or email email@example.com.
Hilton Head Choral Society is open to people who love to sing and who enjoy good fellowship. The Choral Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Dues are charged to partially cover musical expenses. The primary source of financial support comes from ticket sales, donors, program advertisers, concert sponsors, and grants. The Hilton Head Choral Society is a member of Chorus America, a national organization promoting the art of choral singing.