The Labyrinth choir debuted at Hancock this evening, performing an eclectic program of songs about Freedom. Members of the audience were impressed by the group’s expressive virtuosity, which ranged from passionately defiant to quietly contemplative. The group’s energy expressed a genuine vibrancy of will, channeled, perhaps, directly from the words of the oppressed.
We look forward to future performances by the Labyrinth Choir!
Former Hancock Music Director Anita Kupriss debuts with the new professional ensemble Labyrinth Choir March 10th
Anita Kupriss’ new professional vocal ensemble, Labyrinth Choir, will perform their debut concert of songs exploring freedom: freedom of religion, self-determination, the Underground Railroad, and hope for the future, at Hancock Church on Saturday, March 10, 2012 at 7:30 pm in the Sanctuary. The program–featuring the choir, pianist, and a percussionist playing African drums–will include spirituals; S. African, Latvian, Christian, Jewish, and Muslim songs, and audience participation.
Tickets will be available at the door: $15 and $14 for Stu/Sen. Come join us for an evening of music-making that will inspire you to listen with your hearts and set your winter-weary voices free! For information, contact Anita Kupriss at firstname.lastname@example.org.