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To our friends and supporters:
Governor Baker has declared a State of Emergency to respond to COVID-19 (coronavirus) on March 10. Assabet Valley Mastersingers takes the health and well-being of its choristers, audience, and the community at large very seriously. We regret to announce that we have postponed our March 15 concert “Bridges to Unity – We Are Not Alone” until late spring or early fall. Date and location TBD. We will be contacting all of our ticket buyers shortly and hope that our wonderful supporters will stay healthy and join us again soon. Given the changing nature of the response to the coronavirus, stay safe and watch for updates from the governor your local health department. If you have questions and/or concerns regarding the postponing of the March 15 performance, please feel free to contact our General Manager at manager@avmsingers.org. We will do our very best to respond in a timely manner. Thank you.

Bridges to Unity – We Are Not Alone
POSTPONED – NEW DATE AND LOCATION TBD
Orchestra, soloists and Algonquin Regional High School Chamber Choir

 

Unity in DiversityCynthia Lee Wong
We ExistOliver Caplan
LUX: The Dawn From On HighDan Forrest

 

This concert is the heart and soul of our season Building Bridges. We are not alone but are many diverse beings who need each other for fulfillment.

 

Commissioned by AVM in honor of its 40th anniversary, “Unity in Diversity” is a song cycle touching on themes which resonate today—nature and destruction, love and unity.
Concert Conversations – Meet the Composer
Please join us before the concert, 2:30-3:00 PM
Cynthia Lee Wong will talk about her music, compositional process, and take questions from the audience.

“We Exist” illustrates a beautiful parallel between migration and mankind. The power and awe of one is joined by many as they travel together on their life’s journey. “We exist not to divide, not to blame, not to surrender, but to lift up our arms.”

 

“LUX: The Dawn From On High” uses ancient liturgical chant, scripture, and modern secular love poetry to portray the hope of the dawn, of light shining in the darkness, of the unconditional light of the sun and the glory of creation.

 

We thank Webster First Federal Credit Union for sponsoring this concert!

Visit their new branch conveniently located at
280 Shrewsbury Street in Boylston!

 


Our Vision:

To celebrate the transformational power of choral music which enhances the well-being of those in our region and enriches the cultural landscape.