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April 2019

Tempe Community Chorus Celebrates the
Power of Community with "United in Song We’ll Never Walk Alone”

The Tempe Community Chorus presents its annual spring concert, United in Song We’ll Never Walk Alone, at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 12, in the Ikeda Theater at the Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., Mesa, Ariz.
The 140-voice chorus performs a mix of favorite songs about friendship, love, and harmony including the iconic hits “Put a Little Love in Your Heart/Love Train,” “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” “Lean on Me/We Shall Overcome,” and “Everyday People.” Additional tunes include the indie rock pop hit “Best Day of My Life,” “I’ll Be There,” “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” and a gospel version of “You’ll Never Walk Alone.”


Mill Avenue Singers, the TCC’s audition group, sings “Shambala,” “Fly Like an Eagle,” and an a cappella version of “Time After Time.” The groups A Choired Taste, Harmony Rain and Quintessence also appear.
Cary Burns has directed the chorus for the last 20 of its 25 years.  Mary Sievert is the chorus’s accompanist.


Tickets are available online on the Mesa Arts Center website [www.mesaartscenter.com] or in person at the Mesa Arts Center box office (480-644-6500). Adult tickets are $15; children ages 11 and younger are admitted free with child’s ticket available at the box office.


For more information, visit the Tempe Community Chorus website [www.tempecommunitychorus.org] or follow the TCC Facebook page [www.facebook.com/tempecommunitychorus]



December 2018

Tempe Community Chorus Celebrates the Holiday Season with “Enchantment Everywhere — The Magic of Winter”

The Tempe Community Chorus presents its annual winter concert, Enchantment Everywhere — The Magic of Winter, at 4 p.m. Sunday, December 16, in the Ikeda Theater at the Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., Mesa, Ariz.


The 150-voice chorus performs a mix of holiday and popular songs including a jazzy version of “Jingle Bells,” the rock ’n’ roll inspired “A Doo-Wop Christmas with You,” “You Raise Me Up,” “The Chanukah Song (We Are Lights),” “We Need a Little Christmas” (from the musical “Mame”), and a medley from “Grinch!”


Mill Avenue Singers, the TCC’s audition group, sings “Don’t Know Why,” “Route 66,” and “Blue Skies.” The groups Harmony Rain, A Choired Taste, and Quintessence also appear.


Midway through the concert, concertgoers may participate in a sing-along of seasonal favorites. The young and young-at-heart will be invited to join chorus members on stage for the sing-along.
Cary Burns has directed the chorus for the last 20 of its 25 years.  Mary Sievert is the chorus’s accompanist.

Tickets are available online on the Mesa Arts Center website [www.mesaartscenter.com] or in person at the Mesa Arts Center box office (480-644-6500). Adult tickets are $15; children ages 11 and younger are admitted free with child’s ticket available at the box office.
For more information, visit the Tempe Community Chorus website [www.tempecommunitychorus.org] or follow the TCC Facebook page [www.facebook.com/tempecommunitychorus].