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Vocal arts group to present ‘A Star In The Night’ 

SLO Vocal Ensemble Christmas concerts

–The San Luis Obispo Vocal Arts Ensemble is celebrating 43 years of making beautiful choral music for audiences in San Luis Obispo County and around the world. Under the musical direction of founder Gary Lamprecht, along with long-time accompanist Barbara Hoff, Vocal Arts has some very special concerts planned for audiences in SLO County and internationally.

The group’s holiday concerts will kick off the Christmas season in style, and the shows are a wonderful treat for the whole family. Enjoy contemporary choral music, traditional carols, and even a show-closing audience sing-along at three concerts throughout the county:

A Star in the Night

  • Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019, 7 p.m., Trilogy Monarch Dunes, Nipomo
  • Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019, 8 p.m., Mission San Luis Obispo
  • Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019, 3 p.m., Harold J. Miossi CPAC, Cuesta College

Tickets:

  • $40 Premium Reserve Seating
  • $35 Preferred Reserve Seating
  • $30 Reserve Seating
  • $10 Children age 6-12
  • Senior $3 discount, on preferred or reserve seats only, with promo code: SENIOR1920

Order tickets online at vocalarts.org or call 805-541-6797.

A world-class ensemble

For the last 43 years, the Vocal Arts Ensemble has been regarded as a community treasure of California’s central coast, regularly entertaining audiences with a variety of concerts in and around San Luis Obispo County. The group has also become highly regarded beyond our shores, winning friends, acclaim, and awards in international choral festivals.

Tours have included the British Isles, Russia, Poland, Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Argentina, Uruguay, Sweden, Italy, France, Norway, Spain, and Canada.

Over the years, numerous singers with Vocal Arts have also been successful professional performers. Others are dedicated amateurs who may be seen performing a variety of noteworthy “day jobs” in the community. A beloved mainstay of the Ensemble is its primary accompanist, Barbara Hoff, who was formerly the principal keyboardist with the SLO Symphony.

The group’s founder, Gary Lamprecht, is well known as an inspiring teacher, leader, and visionary in the world of choral music, and who recently was awarded the Lifetime Achievement award from the American Choral Director’s Association.



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