Come Sing and Dance
May 7, 2010
Friday, May 7, 2010 at 7:30 pm, Rogers Center, Merrimack College, North Andover, MA: Treble Chorus of New England will be presenting their annual Spring concert “Come Sing and Dance”. The Treble Chorus of New England will be joined by their special guest Dance Prism in a unique program combining music and ballet in an evening full of visual and musical performance. Founded in 1975, the Treble Chorus of New England helps children who love music to develop an understanding of and appreciation for choral music. The Chorus provides exceptional choral training and performs concerts for diverse audiences in New England but also in communities throughout the world. TCNE has a long history of performances of classical and fine contemporary literature for children’s voices. We serve young people ages 6-19 from over 35 diverse communities. Dance Prism, founded in 1982 by Scott Ranagan and Mary Demaso, is a classically focused ensemble that includes in its standard repertoire both such narrative ballets as The Nutcracker, Alice in Wonderland, and Cinderella, and original neoclassical works. The primary purpose of the company is to bring the spectrum of ballet into the communities of New England. Its touring schedule regularly includes appearances in such venues as Worcester’s Mechanics Hall, the Collins Center in Andover, and the Jackson Arts Center at Bristol Community College in Fall River. The company also provides performances, lecture demonstrations, and workshops for a number of private and public schools and retirement communities throughout the region. Tickets for the concert are $16 for adults and $10 for seniors & students, and can be purchased in advance through www.treblechorus.com , or by calling 978-837-5461. A limited number of seats may be available at the door.