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June 12, 2016 Concert
AMERICAN JOURNEY:
A Celebration in Song

with special guests
Mama Pat's Inner Light Gospel Choir

Sunday, June 12 at 3pm

The Master Chorale will sing 18th-Century tunes
by William Billings (considered by many to be
the first American choral composer);
the ever-popular 19th-Century folk song "Shenandoah"
and a Randall Thompson song based on
Robert Frost poetry from the 20th Century.
The program is rounded out by
works by the legendary Irving Berlin,
who wrote an estimated 1,500 songs
during his 60-year career.

First United Methodist Church, 305 East Anapamu
(corner of Garden), Santa Barbara, California.
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Tickets:
Available at Chaucer's Bookstore,
Tecolote Book Shop, and at the door
$22 General, $20 senior/disabled,
$12 college students with ID,
K-12 FREE

The Santa Barbara Master Chorale

The Santa Barbara Master Chorale is a community chorus committed to enriching the cultural life of the Central Coast by presenting the world's finest choral music, accompanied by professional orchestras and soloists, at affordable ticket prices.

At the same time, we help participating singers improve their musical knowledge and performance skills, and actively promote an interest in choral music to diverse audiences with a special focus on young people.

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