Staff report written from press release
Voces Novae, a chamber choir based in Bloomington, Indiana, is set to enchant audiences with their upcoming choral concert, “Six Degrees of Separation.” This musical journey will explore the intricate networks and connections that shape our world, according to a press release.
The concert promises to be a harmonious blend of musical styles, featuring compositions by a range of famed composers, including the Beach Boys, Orlando di Lasso, Dominick DiOrio, Arvo Pärt, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Franz Schubert, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Kurt Weill.
This performance will take place on Sunday, November 12, 2023, at 5:00 PM at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington, located at 2120 N. Fee Lane. The concert will be under the direction of Susan Swaney.
Following the concert, a reception will provide an opportunity for the audience to interact with the performers and fellow music enthusiasts.
Admission is free, making it accessible to all. However, voluntary donations will be graciously accepted at the door to support the endeavors of Voces Novae.
For further details about the event and the Voces Novae ensemble, please visit www.vocesnovae.org. Additionally, the choral group invites you to join their Facebook event for updates and community engagement.