Fallbrook Chorale to perform
Last updated 11/21/2007 at Noon
FALLBROOK — The Fallbrook Chorale, bigger and better than ever before, will perform at the public Christmas tree lighting event at the Village Square on November 24.
Afterward, small ensembles of chorale members will perform as carolers in the upcoming CAST production of “Scrooge,” while others will stroll up and down Main Avenue singing Christmas carols to the community at large during the month of December.
On December 8, the Fallbrook Chorale will present “Christmas Joy,” a concert, at 2 p.m. at the Bob Burton Center for the Performing Arts. The musical event will be comprised of a tapestry of secular and sacred music and will feature approximately 15 chorale numbers as well as soloists, trios, quartets and small ensembles.
The Fallbrook Youth String Ensemble will perform with the chorale on certain presentations.
A silent auction will also be included in the event in order to raise money to benefit local victims of the recent fire. Refreshments will be offered during the intermission.
Tickets may be purchased at Major Market, or from a Chorale member, for $10 (presale) and $12 (regular); student tickets are $8 with ID. Children under 12, accompanied by a paying adult, are free of charge, as are active members of the armed services.
The Fallbrook Chorale is under the direction of Art Blodgett and contains more than 40 members.