Queen Anne’s Chorale Virtual Holiday Concert Broadcasts on Radio and Website

The Queen Anne’s Chorale is proud to announce their upcoming Holiday Concert. While no one is conducting face to face rehearsals, QAC has been using a website for music and practicing via Zoom. As the sound engineers continue to blend the voice, the Chorale has entered into an agreement with 96.7 WCEI of Easton to broadcast the Holiday Concert on the radio and their website www.Forevermidshore.com. The concerts will air on December 14th and 19th at 7pm and Sunday December 20th at 4pm.
Be musically transported back in time for a nostalgic celebration of the holiday. Norman Rockwell paintings and lithographs by Currier & Ives will set the mood as Queen Anne’s Chorale presents seasonal favorites which reflect family, hearth and home. Some of the selections will include: Mele Kalikimaka, Family Christmas Medley, Winter Wonderland, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, I’ll Be Home for Christmas.
Since we cannot offer a regular concert at Chesapeake College and sell tickets, this nostalgic program of “Christmas Reflections” will also be a fund-raiser. (WCEI will be promoting it as well.) A few sing-along selections, singer testimonials, and “shout-outs” to acknowledge our sponsors and grantors will be included with the usual repertoire and narration.
A Select Ensemble and soloists will provide extra music that will make you smile. The audience will also be asked to sing along on several pieces.
The Board would also like to thank our numerous supporters. Also, they would like to thank our Corporate Sponsors who continue to support the Chorale’s mission. Corporate sponsors are: Service Today, Acts Retirement-Life/Heron Point, Koons Toyota Easton, Chesapeake Hearing Centers, Soistman Family Dentistry, Liberty Technical Services and Shore Bancshares.
For more information, go to www.qachorale.org. You can also call 443-262-8146.
Queen Anne’s Chorale is supported in part through grants from the United Way of Queen Anne’s County, the Queen Anne’s County Centre for the Arts, and the Maryland State Arts Council, an agency dedicated to cultivating a vibrant cultural community where the arts thrive.