Join Revels North on a guided trip around the world

  • Participants of Revels North, a multi-generational, community chorus of singers, are pictured at a previous event. Courtesy

Wednesday, March 07, 2018

The Center for The Arts welcomes Revels North with the final performance in their 2018 Performing Arts Series, March 24, at 7 p.m. at Whipple Hall (on the corner of Main Street and Seamans Road) in New London.

Revels North Artistic Director Nils Fredland brings a multi-generational chorus of singers from all over the Upper Valley, to “Sing in the Spring!” The concert features traditional songs of the season, ethereal to earthy. The chorus will perform repertoire from around the world. A reception will follow the performances. All First Friday events are free and open to the public. All proceeds from the concert will benefit Youth Arts programs.

Revels North is a nonprofit organization that practices the art of participation, offering an open hand to welcome and guide new and old friends on a journey of discovery and fun. Revels Singers is an un-auditioned community chorus for everyone who loves to sing. Participants explore choral repertoire from around the world, hone musical skills, build community through harmony, and enrich the singing experience by dancing together.

Tickets for adults are $12 and $6 for children available in advance at Morgan Hill Bookstore, Tatewell Gallery, and online at CenterForTheArtsNH.org. Tickets at the door are $14 or $7 for children.

If you would like to learn more about the Center for The Arts and the scholarship program or to volunteer, perform, or sponsor a program, please contact us at 526-4444 or visit CenterForTheArtsNH.org.