The Parkland Chamber Singers, Parkland Chorus, and Parkland Wind Ensemble will present a joint concert, “As All the Heavens Were a Bell,” on Sunday, March 10, at 3 p.m. at New Horizon United Methodist Church, 3002 W. Bloomington Road, Champaign. Admission is free and open to the public.
The Parkland Chamber Singers, conducted by Barbara Zachow with Kristina Engberg as accompanist, will perform Salmo 150
by Ernani Aguiar and Blazhen muzh
from Las Vísperas, Opus 37, No. 3
by Sergei Rachmaninoff.
Zachow also conducts the Parkland Chorus, with Sunny Choo as accompanist, which will perform Anyway
by Martina McBride, Brad Warren and Brett Warren, and Shut De Do
by Randy Stonehill, as well as other selections.
The Parkland Wind Ensemble, conducted by Verlin Richardson, will perform Flourish and Hymn of Praise
by Claude T. Smith (ASCAP) and Fantasy on A Gaelic Hymnsong
by David R. Holsinger (ASCAP).
All three ensembles will join to perform As All The Heavens Were a Bell
by Jay Bocook.