Choral Arts Presents The Wound In The Water Oct. 10

Monday, September 16, 2019

Choral Arts of Chattanooga will present its first concert of the season on Thursday, Oct. 10, 7:30 p.m. at Second Presbyterian Church of Chattanooga. 

The concert, The Wound in the Water, is by Kim Andre Arnesen. The artistic director will be Darrin Hassevoort and  the collaborative pianist will be Jason DuRoy. 

Review for The Wound in the Water:

Labeled a “masterpiece” by all who have heard it, this received its premier in Norway performed by Conspirare conducted by Craig Hella Johnson. Set to a profound text by Euan Tait, composer Arnesen has again created a very special addition to the library of major works.

Visit www.ChoralArtsofChattanoogan.weebly.com for tickets and more information. 

Second Presbyterian Church is at 700 Pine St. 



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