The University of Tennessee Southern Choirs will present a Spring Concert Sunday, April 23rd at 3:00 PM in the Martin Hall Auditorium on the UT Southern campus. Admission is free with no tickets required.
The concert includes the university’s Chamber Choir and Concert Choir as well as the newly-formed community choir, the Southern Arts Chorale. Chamber Choir will perform a selection of pieces representing a span of nearly 500 years of choral history. Concert Choir and the Southern Arts Chorale combine, along with guest soloists, in a performance of Brazilian composer José Maurício Nunes Garcia’s 1816 setting of the Requiem, a piece the university students will perform again in June on the stage of New York’s legendary Carnegie Hall.
Please join us for a memorable afternoon sharing the musical talents of the UT Southern Choirs. Show your support for the University of Tennessee Southern School of Arts & Humanities. Again, admission is free with no tickets required.
The University of Tennessee Southern is an institution of higher education, originally formed under the name Martin Methodist College and founded in 1870. Offering associate, baccalaureate and graduate degrees, UTS is located on an historic campus in Pulaski, among the beautiful rolling hills of southern Middle Tennessee. The University of Tennessee Southern is convenient to both Nashville (70 miles north) and Huntsville, Alabama (40 miles south).