Temple College Chorale: Concert Review

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Concert Review The concert was Singer’s Choice performed by the Temple College Chorale. It took place on the fourth of April at 7:30 PM in the Temple College Auditorium PAC. The compositions performed were as follows: Zadok the Priest by George Frideric Handel, How Lovely Are the Messengers by Felix Mendelssohn, Daemon Irrepit Callidus by György Orbán, Open Thou Mine Eyes by John Rutter, Cantique De Jean Racine by Gabriel Fauré, The Awakening by Joseph M. Martin, Elijah Rock arranged by Moses Hogan, and The Promise of Living by Aaron Copland; all of which were religious/ spiritual. The attire of the performers was expected to be black business casual or semi-formal wear because a typical choir concert is a formal event. Since it is formal,
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