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Dominican Winifred Baker Chorale Unites University, Community

More than 80 community musicians and singers will join Dominican University of California students and faculty members to perform in the Dominican Winifred Baker Chorale and Orchestra’s spring concert on Friday, April 29 at 8 p.m. in Dominican’s Angelico Concert Hall and again on Monday, May 2 at 8 p.m. at Saint Vincent De Paul Church in Petaluma.

 

These concerts are a true celebration of community, notes conductor Craig Singleton, associate professor of music and director of Dominican’s Department of Music. “Talented members of our community work side-by-side with our students and faculty on some outstanding works of music,” says Dr. Singleton. “We could not perform the range of musical pieces that we are able to offer without the involvement of these talented community members. In turn, Dominican offers these community members an opportunity to showcase their talents and perform in a magnificent setting with a truly talented group of people.”

The Dominican Winifred Baker Chorale and Soloists will perform Mass in F Minor by Anton Bruckner. Joseph Bloom and the Dominican Winifred Baker Chorale Orchestra will perform Allegro from Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

The Dominican Winifred Baker Chorale was formed more than three years ago by officially uniting the Dominican University Chorus and the Winifred Baker Chorale. Winifred Baker, who founded the Winifred Baker Chorale in 1958, served on the music faculty at Dominican for almost 50 years before retiring to her native Scotland five years ago.

Tickets to each concert cost $5 per person or $10 per family. For more information, please call 415-482-3579.


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