Jefferson Choral Society Presents 2022-2023 Concert Season
Welcome to the Jefferson Choral Society 2022-2023 Concert Season!
In their 2022-2023 concert season, the Jefferson Choral Society will offer inspiring and innovative choral performances that will appeal to everyone!
Let There Be Peace
Dec. 3, 2022 7:30 pm
Dec. 4, 2022 4:00 pm
Timberlake United Methodist Church
Usher in the holiday season with a concert of beautiful Christmas music sung by a choir of 75 singers and five soloists accompanied by an orchestra. Let your spirits soar as you hear Bach's Magnificat and other holiday favorites. Let There Be Peace will be performed at Timberlake United Methodist Church where parking is plentiful. Tichets are $20 for adults, and all children and students are admitted free of charge.
Best of Broadway
Feb. 26, 2023 4:00pm
Historic Academy Theatre
Don't be a prisoner of the wintertime blues. Broadway show tunes are the perfect antidote to the short days and long nights of winter. Treat yourself to an evening of upbeat music representing the very best of musical theater.
Delight in a varied program of choral arrangements of favorite show tunes sung by the Jefferson Choral Society, the area's oldest and largest adult choir, accompanied by a rock bank. Young and old alike are guaranteed to tap their toes and sing along as they hear "the music of the night." Visit academycenter.org or call (434) 846-8499 for tickets.
Memory from Cats Seventy Six Trombones from The Music Man Can You Feel the Love Tonight from The Lion King Don't Cry for Me Argentina from Evita Good Morning Starshine, Aquarius, and Let the Sunshine In from Hair The Music of the Night from The Phantom of the Opera Bring Him Home from Les Miserables Circle of Life from The Lion King There is Nothing Like a Dame, Some Enchanted Evening and others from South Pacific Singin' in the Rain from The Hollywood Music Box Revue
Jesus, Son of Our Father
Apr. 30, 2023 4:00 pm
Historic Academy Theatre
The Jefferson Choral Society presents an oratorio written in the classical tradition by Virginia composer Aaron Garber in collaboration with librettist Richard Bansemer, a retired Lutheran pastor and former Bishop of the Virginia Synod. The production is scored for a 35-piece orchestra and features baritone soloist Philip Bouknight in the starring role of Jesus and tenor Jeff Prillaman. The oratorio is based on the Gospel of John and tells the story of the events leading up to the crucifixtion and ends with the plaintively gut-wrenching injunction of Jesus to follow Him. The performance marks the Lynchburg premiere of Jesus, Son of Our Father. Visit academycenter.org or call (434) 846-8499 for tickets.
The Jefferson Choral Society would like to extend our appreciation to our concert season sponsors. The programs were supported in part by the Virginia Commission for the Arts, which receives support from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency; The Easley Foundation; and The Greater Lynchburg Community Foundation.
Jefferson Choral Society
"Not just classical music for some but great music for all."