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"The Winds of May" Spring Concert!!!

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  • Steven Tai Seng Gisbert Bossard
    Who: The San Jose State University Choraliers and The Choral Project What: The Winds of May When: Sunday, May 2, 2004, 7:00 PM Where: Le Petit Trianon, 72
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      Who: The San Jose State University Choraliers and The Choral Project
      What: "The Winds of May"
      When: Sunday, May 2, 2004, 7:00 PM
      Where: Le Petit Trianon, 72 North Fifth Street, San Jose, CA

      Tickets: $20 general, $10 student/senior/alumni, group rate for $5 or
      more

      SAN JOSE, CA - Two internationally renowned choral ensembles, the San
      Jose State University Choraliers and The Choral Project, will each
      perform favorites from Schumann, Mendelssohn and Brahms in a concert
      Sunday, May 2nd, at 7:00pm, at Le Petit Trianon, 72 North Fifth
      Street, San Jose. The combined ensembles will also perform music of
      Charlene Archibeque and Kirke Mechem, including his rarely heard
      "Winds of May," the centerpiece of the evening's performance.

      Tickets are $20 general/$10 students/seniors/alumni and are available
      on www.ticketweb.com. For more information, call (408) 746-0905 or
      visit The Choral Project's Website at www.choralproject.org. Special
      rate: group of 5 or more earns $5 off each admission. Signs in front
      of the theatre direct concert-goers to a nearby lot; street parking
      is also available.

      The San José State University Choraliers are considered one of
      America's preeminent chamber choirs. Under the direction of Dr.
      Archibeque, this auditioned ensemble specializes in intimate chamber
      music from the Renaissance and Twentieth Century and folk music from
      around the world. They have made fourteen international concert
      tours, and achieved fame in Europe by winning the prestigious Choir
      of the World title at the 1991 International Musical Eisteddfod in
      Llangollen, Wales. The Choraliers have produced seven critically
      acclaimed compact discs including their most recent "A Choraliers
      Christmas."

      The Vision of The Choral Project is "To heal the world through music
      and words."

      Founded in 1996 by Artistic Director Daniel Hughes, the ensemble
      interprets high-level choral literature with such excellence that
      they bridge the gap between text and music, singer and spectator. The
      Choral Project has performed throughout the country including a
      performance by invitation in 2002 at the National Cathedral in
      Washington DC. The ensemble has been accepted to perform in the
      prestigious International Eisteddfod 'Choir of the World' Competition
      this summer in Llangollen, Wales. In June of 2001, The Choral Project
      received rave reviews and standing ovations at concert performances
      during their first international tour to Mexico and Costa Rica. The
      ensemble has recorded four compact discs, most recently completing a
      critically acclaimed recording entitled "Water & Light," featuring
      the music of Eric Whitacre as well as selections by Lauridsen,
      Clausen, Tavener and others.
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