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Glorious Sounds Returns for 17th Year

“The concert promises to be ‘glorious’ on every level.”

The Glorious Sounds of the Season concert returns for its 17th year. The scholarship fundraising concert will be held in the Clair Performance Hall in the Winter Visual & Performing Arts Center. There are three shows scheduled, December 3 at 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. and December 4 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are usually sold out before the first concert takes place, so if you want to experience the glorious sounds this season, be sure to get your tickets early.

12/3/22 Update:
The Sunday show is sold out. The box office will open at 1:30 p.m. Sunday to pick up preordered tickets and for ticket assistance.

Both shows Saturday have seats available…$33 at the door. Box office will remain open until 8 p.m.

Public ticket types include adults, senior citizens and visiting students.

Dr. Barry Atticks (right) performs at Glorious Sounds.

MU students will receive up to one (1) discounted ticket with a valid MU ID at a box office location.  

As in the past, this year’s Glorious Sounds of the Season scholarship fundraising concert is an exciting event that includes individual musical acts representing every facet of the Tell School of music. Over 250 faculty and students perform (vocalists and instrumentalists) in large ensembles, small ensembles, commercial groups, solo acts and everything in between. The presentation is in a “surround sound” format with performers stationed throughout the hall. The music is continuous, with rapid-fire transitions between numbers controlled with lighting cues and continuous movement. Without intermission or applause between selections, the total length of the show is less than 90 minutes.

All profits from this production are deposited directly into an account that benefits student scholarships for returning students and new recruits, as well as Tell School of Music program development.

The non-stop music includes large and small performing groups.

“The concert promises to be ‘glorious’ on every level, and we hope people feel comfortable attending this significant event to support the Tell School of Music,” says Dr. Jeffrey Gemmell, associate professor and coordinator of choral studies for the Tell School of Music. “The energy and delightful pacing are guaranteed to get you ready for the holiday season”

To learn more about the Tell School of Music concerts, check out concerts.

 

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