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St. Bartholomew Treble Choir perform March 17 at Holy Family

Music at Holy Family is proud to present the Treble Choir of St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, Atlanta, in a free concert beginning at 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 17. The Treble Choir is comprised of 16 young singers. These musicians have dedicated themselves to sing quality choral music ranging from 9th century plainsong through liturgical jazz.

The Trebles, who rehearse every week, are trained in the curriculum of the Royal School of Church Music in America, which seeks to foster a high-level of understanding of singing in choirs. The group takes regular tours throughout the southeastern United States, regularly deputize at diocesan services at the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta (Episcopal), and are planning a 2021 week-long residency at Gloucester Cathedral in the United Kingdom.

The Trebles will present a pre-evensong concert ranging in style from 16th century sacred music of France through the 21st century. Divided into four groupings of Praise, Mystery, Joy, and Beauty, the concert will include music of Mendelssohn, Britten, Vaughan Williams, and J.S. Bach.

You will not want to miss this opportunity to hear an excellent choir of young musicians.

Following the concert, the Holy Family parish choir will sing choral evensong. A reception follows evensong so that you may meet and greet our guests.

Future free concerts at Holy Family: April 28, Special Guest Choir; May 19, Uncommon Practice.

The Episcopal Church of the Holy Family is located on Griffith Road, off of Cove Road, across from Dollar General in Jasper. For more information, please see www.holyfamilyepiscopalchurch.net or call 770-893-4525.

Submitted by The Episcopal Church of the Holy Family

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