Highlights of TSC Season: Tacoma Symphony Chorus sings on February 12 for Old Town

Tacoma Symphony Chorus
The Chorus is coming! Join us for a free concert by the Tacoma Symphony Orchestra Chorus in Slavonian Hall on Tuesday February 12 at 7pm.

The 60 voice TSO Chorus will fill the historic Old Town hall with highlights of their current season. Led by Director Geoffrey Boers, they will sing movements from Handel's Messiah, a few selections from this winter's "Sonic Delights" concert and a preview of their upcoming Spring concert with the Tacoma Youth Chorus.

Columbia Bank and Sigma Alpha Iota Tacoma alumnae chapter have helped sponsor this event.

Join us for this evening with the TSO Chorus in Slavonian Hall!
2306 N. 30th Street, Old Town Tacoma
February 12, 2013 7pm

Free/voluntary donation
Handicap accessible from the alley

For more info call 253.752.2135

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Conventional wisdom dictates that you'd rather spend Tuesday night watching the ION Channel and sharing a big bowl of prune whip with your great aunt Martha than venturing out to hear a band comprised of drums, marimba, congas and found sounds. But in this case, conventional wisdom would be wrong. Unless, of course, you're a big fan of Criminal Minds. Tonight, Saxophonist Erik Steighner will perform on alto, baritone and soprano saxes as part of the Classical Tuesday series at the Slavonian Hall in Old Town Tacoma. Trumpeter Zachary Lyman will join him for the 7 p.m. concert.

Come join us on Tuesday! More details here.
(No prune whip, we promise.)

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Classical Tuesday in Old Town presents new music for the New Year. On Jan. 8, Saxophonist Erik Steighner will perform a fun and unusual program in Slavonian Hall (2306 N. 30th St.) featuring a variety of instrumentation, soundscapes and pre-recorded electronics with Steighner on alto, baritone and soprano saxes and trumpeter Zachary Lyman joining him. Hear premieres of pieces by Tacoma composers Deborah Anderson and Greg Youtz. This free/voluntary donation event begins at 7 p.m.
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