Cardinal Chorale in Coshocton for tour finale

| June 21, 2017

DSC_0310COSHOCTON – The 22nd edition of the Cardinal Chorale will be in Coshocton for the final performance of their six-day, 11-concert summer tour. The concert will be Thursday, June 22, at 7 p.m. in Roscoe United Methodist Church, 475 High Street in Roscoe Village, Coshocton. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Other stops on the tour will include performances in Zanesville, Lewis Center, Westerville, Marion, Bolivar, Granville, Pickerington, and Columbus.

The Chorale’s 90-minute program will feature selections from their 2015 show, “Light Your World” and their 2016 show, “Seize the Day”, music that “will fill the soul and lift the spirit,” as one listener described a Chorale performance.

Organized in the summer of 1995 by its director, Charles R. Snyder, the Cardinal Chorale is a select 45-voice traveling ensemble of high school and college singers. In its 20-year history, the Chorale has been invited to sing for a number of professional conferences and has performed on the campuses of Capital University, Muskingum University, Kent State University, Ohio University, and Penn State University. The Chorale has also sung for a number of state celebrations including the rededication of the Ohio Statehouse and the state’s Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration in Columbus. In the summer of 1998, the Chorale shared its musical magic on a concert tour of England, France, and Wales.

Local members of the current Chorale include Beth Allen, Hallee Anderson, Jonathan Arnold, Nathan Arnold, Hope Asbury, Michael Belt, John Bordenkircher, Michael Border, Ellie Brems, John Brems, Jenna Clum, Cameron Burkholder, Jordan Conner, Justin Conner, DJ Esselburn, Elizabeth Ferris, Josie Fornara, Kyla Geer, Everett Hall, Jacob Heading, Sarah Heading, Sarah Holmes, Lauren Johnson, Sarah Kittner, Logan Lawrence, Morgan Lawrence, Cornelius Lewis, Colin McConnell, Nathan Moses, Maggie Myers, Jared Norman, Harrison Orand, Jacob Panteloukas, Shawn Warren, Connor Wheeler, and Quinn Wherley.

There is no admission charge for the concert, but an offering will be received to help cover the Chorale’s tour expenses.

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