The Midcoast Community Chorale (MCC Chorale)
will perform under the direction of Steven Weston in three venues on the
upcoming weekend. The theme of the MCC Chorale performance is "I See. I Saw,”
The selection of music seeks to explore the many visual experiences in our
human lives that are expressed in music, as well as to honor the very
individual interpretation of what we see with our eyes, and see with our minds
when enhanced by the other senses.
The three local venues are scheduled for
the convenience of choral music lovers in the mid-coast area. Belfast’s Unitarian Universalist Church hosts
the first performance of the MCC Chorale Concert, on Friday, May 31, at 7:00 pm, at 37 Miller Street. The second MCC Chorale Concert will take
place Saturday, June 1, at 2:00 pm, at Rockland Congregational Church,
180 Limerock Street. On Sunday June 2,
at 4:00 pm, MCC Chorale will be joined by the Maine Balkan Choir for the
fourth annual Maine Choir Fest sponsored by the Friends of Music at the Congregational Church of Camden, 55
concert at its venue is free and open to the public. A suggested donation is $10, although all
donations will be cheerfully accepted.
The Midcoast Community Chorale, only
recently instituted as an audition-only choir, is an adjunct of the Midcoast
Community Chorus and adheres to its mission, ”To sing as a community for the
more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. or call 975-0582.