Anything Goes to the Movies--Newport

presented by: Central Coast Chorale

Artist: Central Coast Chorale

Starts:Saturday, April 28, 2018  7:00 PMEnds:Saturday, April 28, 2018  9:00 PM
Cost:

$10 suggested donation

Location:

First Presbyterian Church of Newport

227 NE 12th Street

Newport, OR 97365

Event Description:

The Central Coast Chorale invites the Lincoln County community to its final concert series of the 2018 season. The spring “Anything Goes” concert always focuses on a lighthearted theme and this year the chorale has chosen great music from some wonderful movies.—from Girl Crazy to Mamma Mia to Wayne’s World to James Bond and more—composed by Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Freddie Mercury, ABBA, Adele, and more! From the soulful sounds of Down in the River from O, Brother Where Art Thou to a rousing men’s chorus of Luck Be A Lady from Guys and Dolls, you’ll hear some of the best of Hollywood.

With special guests SHORELINE SOLARA, a 5-piece jazz Combo who will be performing the world premiere of their Star Wars medley, arranged by Forrest Fisher. Anyone who attended the Chorale’s Mardi Gras concert in 2017 will recall a show stopping performance of Forrest’s arrangement that evening.

This evening will also serve as a celebration of The Central Coast Chorale’s twentieth anniversary. The singing group started by a few friends in Waldport in the fall of 1997 has grown to a chorus of fifty voices that draws singers from Lincoln City to Yachats to Siletz and Toledo. The Central Coast Chorale presents three concerts a year generally performed in three locations throughout Lincoln County. Says board member Terrell Aldredge “It’s wonderful to be part of such a cultural institution here on the coast. I moved here from Seattle several years ago and was thrilled to find such an accomplished and established group to sing with.”

After the concert the Chorale will be hosting a sale of decadent desserts and a raffle of movie-themed baskets. Proceeds from these sales will go to the choir’s newest project, a summer singing camp for high school students that will take place this July. By establishing “Voices at the Coast” the Central Coast Chorale plans to make sure that young people in our area have access to musical education and the joys of ensemble singing.

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