Coro Vocati presents “Live the Questions”
What have we learned from the last two years? And what are we discovering to be the truly important things in life as we move forward?
Coro Vocati’s spring 2022 concert program, Live the Questions, explores the pandemic’s impact on society — how we view time, how we love, how we heal, and how we live. Our “new normal” seems to have more questions than answers. Priorities are changing. Relationships are evolving. Lessons are being learned. But how do we avoid falling into old habits?
The program opens with Elaine Hagenberg’s Songs From Silence, which she wrote in 2020 for the choir community “in the hope of healing during times of silence and distance.” As the concert progresses, the choir explores the concepts of Time, Love, Heal, and Live through compositions by Mendelssohn, Moses Hogan, Jake Runestad, Shawn Kirchner and others — all while challenging audiences to find the answers to life’s questions by living.
This program will be performed twice, on Saturday, May 21 at 7pm at Morningside Presbyterian Church, and again on Sunday, May 22 at 2:30pm at Peachtree Road United Methodist Church.
Tickets are available at https://livethequestionsmay21.eventbrite.com.