To Market, To Market
For this, we’ll sing in the rain or bask in the sun. It’s all good. Plus, Dover Days are here again, OperaDelaware presents “The Merry Widow,” and the Wilmington Children’s Chorus performs.
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Sing for Spring
The mother of all spring concerts is upon us. Every ensemble of the Wilmington Children’s Chorus will be on deck to perform at First & Central Presbyterian Church in Wilmington May 14. Normally, audiences hear one ensemble per show, but this event casts all 130 singers of the WCC for a performance of classical and traditional American music, including works by Randall Thompson, Aaron Copland, George Gershwin and Moses Hogan. Why such joyful noise? Kids love to sing. As members of WCC, their vocal abilities have nothing to do with their financial, social or ethnic backgrounds. There’s nothing dissonant about that. For more, visit wilmingtonchildrenschorus.org.