Tidewater Singers to Present An A Cappella Christmas

The Tidewater Singers will present an a cappella concert featuring Francis Poulenc’s “Four Motets for Christmastime” and other seasonal songs from the Renaissance through the 21 st century on Friday, December 14 at 7:30 pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Centreville; on Saturday, December 15 at 7:30 pm at Trinity Cathedral in Easton; and on Sunday, December 16 at 4:00 pm at Christ Episcopal Church in Cambridge. Under the direction of William Thomas, The Tidewater Singers are a select group of professional and amateur singers founded in 2001. The goal is to bring varied and exciting quality choral music to the Eastern Shore. Commenting on the concert, Thomas said, “The lyric melodies of the Poulenc Motets will delight our audiences, as will the span of the additional music.” The Tidewater Singers are renowned throughout the mid shore area for their a cappella work. Now in his eleventh season as artistic director of the Tidewater Singers, Thomas is associate professor of music at Chesapeake College. Previously he directed the choirs at Easton High School and at Christ Church (Episcopal) in St. Michaels. Advance tickets for the Centreville and Easton performances may be purchased online at www.tidewatersingers.org and at Cracker Jacks in Easton. Leave a message for Tidewater Singers at 1-888-752-0023 or tidewatersingers@gmail.com. Information and tickets for the Cambridge performance are available at 410-228-3161. The Tidewater Singers gratefully acknowledges the funding it has received from the Talbot County Arts Council and the Maryland State Arts Council, an agency dedicated to cultivating a vibrant cultural community where the arts thrive.

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