Wonderful Concerts! “Gloria” was Glorious!

 

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The Blue Ridge Chorale’s 2014 Fall season wrapped up with concerts at two lovely and historic locations:  the Reynolds’ Memorial Baptist Church in Sperryville  and the beautifully renovated State Theatre in  Culpeper. Singing before about 350 people in total,  we had a wonderful time with our “Gloria” program.  Director Bob Burnett, Youth Director Cathy ter Weele  and Accompanist Jesse Ratcliffe as well as guests –  a percussionist, a bassist and a brass quartet –  brought  the music  to life for us, and what fun we had!

 

 

Community Thanksgiving 2014

Community Thanksgiving 2014

 
The Chorale was privileged to take part in the Culpeper  Community Thanksgiving on November 20th at  Culpeper Baptist Church. It was a warm and lovely  community event, and singing there was a pleasure.

Singing at Dogwood Village on Sept 12th

The Chorale had a grSinging at Dogwood Village 091214eat time singing at Dogwood Village in Orange.  Our concert of old favorites and especially patriotic songs was a hit with our audience and inspired a lot of enthusiastic singing along. What a lovely venue Dogwood Village is!

New Season With New Director!

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Join us on August 25th for our first rehearsal of our new season.  Our new Director, Bob Burnett, has planned a beautiful selection of           Christmas and winter themed music sure to get everyone in the Holiday spirit.  We also welcome our interim accompanist, Jesse                 Ratcliffe, who joins us while Brittany takes time out to become a first-time mother.  And all of our BRC business will be kept in working      order by our new Board President, Jodi Stone.  It is sure to be a fabulous season with all these new leaders, with fresh ideas, taking              their places!

Singing on July 4th!

P1010218   On Friday, July 4th, the Blue Ridge Chorale participated in the Minute Men Chapter, SAR’s celebration of the Declaration of                              Independence.  Directed by Bob Burnett, the Chorale sang a variety of patriotic songs before and during the ceremony, on the                        Courthouse Lawn inP1010213 Culpeper.  This was a beautiful day, a wonderful family    event and a  lovely way to commemorate the meaning of July 4th, and we        still all got  home in plenty of time for family cookouts!

Let’s Go to the Movies!!

Spring 2014 finds the BRC singing songs from your favorite movies!  Join us at one of our two concerts in May to hear memorable music from the movies–including medleys from  Disney and James Bond, as well as other silver screen  classics!

We helped bring in the Holidays with our concert at the State Theatre! Hear us next on December 16 when we join with the Fauquier Community Band at the Warrenton Community Center at 7:00.

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The Prince Michel Concert Reception on November 22 is now SOLD OUT!!!

2013 Holiday Marketplace November 24

Join us on November 24 at the Hazel River on Davis Street!

Join us on November 24 at the Hazel River on Davis Street!

The Chorale’s 2013 Holiday Marketplace will be held on November 24, from 11 – 5 at the Hazel River Armory on Davis Street in Culpeper, with so many gift ideas from local artisans and small business owners.

Holiday Season Concerts

quilt copyMark your calendar now for one (or all) of our current season concerts.  Our theme this season is The Gifts of Christmas.  

Join us on November 22 at Prince Michel Vineyards for a 7:00 PM concert with hors d’oeuvres, and wine available for purchase.

On December 1st at 3:00 PM we will be sharing our music at the State Theatre.  Tickets may be purchased through their box office at www.culpepertheatre.org

We will be sharing an evening with the Fauquier Community Band at their concert on December 16th at 7:00 at the Warrenton Community Center (430 East Shirley Ave.) “Holiday Voices Unite” is free to the public with a dessert reception to follow.

And don’t forget to join us at the Depot Tree Lighting ceremony on November 24 at dusk.

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