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Treble/Tenor-Bass Choirs

0-$5, students FREE

About the event

The WSU Treble Choir and WSU Tenor/Bass Choir, both directed by Dr. Dean Luethi, will present “A Tale of Love” on Tuesday February 28 at 8:00 PM in Bryan Hall Theater.  This semi-staged production takes the audience member through the story of two lovers. Through emails we begin to understand their relationship, difficulties, desires, and how love stands the test of time. The performances by the choirs reflect the emotional delight, distaste, and desperation throughout the characters’ journey together.

The WSU Treble Choir will perform Juneau’s “A Tree of Song,” Hoddes’ “Mashed Potato/Love Poem,” Sharon’s “Cups (When I’m Gone),” and “That I Should Know Your Face” by Laurelyn Dossett.

The WSU Tenor/Bass Choir will perform “The Briar and the Rose” arranged by Luethi, James Mullholland’s arrangement of “When I Fall In Love” (with guest french horn soloist Martin King), Joseph MacKenzie’s “Sergent MacKenzie,” “Soul of a Man” arranged by Steven Stern, and Blue Highway’s “Hallelujah.”

Both choirs will collaborate to perform “How’s the World Treating You” by Chet Atkins and ‘We Won’t Stop Dreaming” by Pinkzebra.

Tickets are $5 for adults over 18, free for WSU students, and available at the door. Proceeds go toward purchasing repertoire for ensembles.