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Longmont Chorale Endorses Longmont Ballot Question 3D

The Longmont Chorale is proud to join the Longmont Performing Arts Initiative in announcing our support for Longmont Ballot Question 3D, which would pave the way for building a long sought after new performing arts center in Longmont. Ballot Question 3D would allow...

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Ballot Question 3D – A Closer Look

Take a closer look at Longmont Ballot Question 3D This is the official, complete language for Ballot Question 3D that will appear on Longmont's ballot: City of Longmont Ballot Question 3D Charter Amendment to Allow for 30 Year Leases Shall the City of Longmont Home...

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Announcement: Our Fall, 2020 Concerts

It is with a heavy sadness that we announce the cancellation of the Longmont Chorale concerts which ordinarily would be scheduled for October and December of 2020. We know that this announcement will come as an enormous disappointment, not only to our...

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(CANCELLED) Songs of Stage and Screen – Apr 19

***This concert will not be performed at this time.*** If you've purchased tickets already, please watch your email. We will be in contact soon.Songs of Stage and Screen April 19, 2020 Stewart Auditorium, Longmont Broadway and movie soundtracks performed as a...

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Longmont Chorale Gift Cards

For that person who has everything, give tickets to a Longmont Chorale concert! Gift cards are good towards online ticket purchases for any Longmont Chorale concert. No shipping, no sales tax, no hassles - all music.  It's the perfect gift!...

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Why Give to the Longmont Chorale?

We believe that choral music can accomplish things which many other mediums struggle to achieve - or simply cannot achieve.   In addition to all the impactful programs and activities you'll find listed on our Support page, here are several great reasons to support...

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Concert Notes: “S’vivon”

The Jewish Festival of Lights – spelled variously as Hannukah, Hanukkah, Chanukah, etc. – is a joyous Jewish Holiday. (The English spelling varies, because it is transliterated from Hebrew which has a different alphabet.) The holiday celebrates...

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Concert Notes: “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming”

“Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming” is our familiar English title for the German Christmas carol, “Es ist ein Ros entsprungen.” It is also sometimes called in English “A Spotless Rose.” The German version, author unknown, first appeared in print in 1599. The...

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Concert Notes: “Little Tommy’s Choir”

Pictured: The Christmas Market in Tallinn, Estonia. “Little Tommy’s Choir” is one among several secular, winter-themed Estonian carols. It celebrates the both joy of the Christmas season for children and their interaction with various animals. The music...

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Concert Notes: “Esta Noche”

“Esta noche” is Spanish for “this night.” An internet search of the Spanish phrase revealed that, musically, there are at least two songs by this name. One is a love song, and the other is a traditional Spanish Christmas carol of unknown origin, sometimes...

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Concert Notes: “Ding, Dong! Merrily on High!”

The melody “Ding Dong Merrily on High” first appeared in a French dance tune book compiled in the 1500’s by Jehan Tabourot. George Ratcliffe Woodward wrote the English lyrics for this Christmas carol and first published the song in 1924 in “The Cambridge...

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Viva Voce: Handel’s Messiah (Past) – Dec. 15

Viva Voce performs Handel's Messiah as guests of the LSO Chamber Orchestra Longmont Chorale’s Viva Voce  – Scott Hamlin, artistic director Longmont Symphony Chamber Orchestra Elliot Moore, conductor Ekaterina Kotcherguina, soprano Claire McCahan, mezzo-soprano Charles...

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