The Lorain Historical Society welcomes Choral Spectrum to the Carnegie Center for the Annual Christmas Concert, scheduled for Sunday, December 16 at 3 pm.
Choral Spectrum, one of Northern Ohio’s premier chamber choirs, in collaboration with the Lorain Historical Society, will present a concert entitled Carols at the Spinet, under the direction of Dr. Ted S. Williams.
Carols at the Spinet is presented in commemoration of the recent donation of a piano to the Lorain Historical Society. Choral Spectrum has performed at the Carnegie Center twice for Christmas without the aid of a piano, so the carols were sung a capella. Sometimes the choir split into two choirs with one choir singing the piano part! This Christmas we will enjoy a variety of carols with and without piano accompaniment. Corey Knick, who holds a Masters in Piano Performance from Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory of Music, will be featured as accompanist. Come celebrate this wonderful addition to the Carnegie Center.
Choral Spectrum is an auditioned chamber choir of approximately 24 singers from communities across Northern Ohio, rehearsing on Monday nights at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Under the direction of Dr. Ted S. Williams, the choir specializes in performing traditional music of lasting worth.
Tickets are $20 per person, which includes a dessert buffet immediately following the concert. Online ticket sales will be available soon. Tickets can also be ordered by calling the Carnegie Center at (440) 245-2563 during regular office hours Tues. - Fri. from 10 am - 3 pm.