McIntire Department of Music

Rhythmic songs from Latin America, Czechoslovakia, Mexico and America will shake the walls as students from UVA welcome Earth Day. Gentle music set to texts of Alfred Lord Tennyson, e.e. cummings and Robert Burns bring peace and comfort. Familiar music with contemporary settings provides freshness and beauty. Unusual and familiar instruments as well as body percussion offer variety. Enjoy the diverse ways the Virginia Women's Chorus will usher in Earth Day.

The Virginia Women's Chorus, composed of forty students attending the University of Virginia, has traveled to Spain and Italy and has extensively toured the East Coast. The ensemble has been selected to participate in two prestigious American Choral Directors' Association Conventions. Additionally the chorus has sung numerous times at the National Cathedral in Washington, D. C.

The concert will take place Saturday, April 21 at 3:00 PM at the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church, 717 Rugby Road. Seating is limited and those interested in attending are encouraged to purchase tickets early. Tickets are $5.00 for students and $10.00 for general admission and are available by emailing VWCtickets@gmail.com. A portion of the proceeds from this concert will be donated to Earth Day Network, an organization that strives to spread environmental awareness.

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