Choral Collaborative brings young vocalists & Omaha Symphony together, Anthony Webb Chats on KIOS
The Omaha Symphony’s Choral Collaborative program brings high school vocal programs and the Omaha Symphony together in collaboration for a unique concert experience. Choral Collaborative affords students the opportunity to perform world-class repertoire, work with professional soloists, and participate in an intense learning and rehearsal process with the artistic staff of a professional orchestra.
The performance will feature a 400-voice chorus from selected Omaha-area high schools. Schools taking part in Choral Collaborative this year include Bellevue West, Bennington, Blair, Omaha Burke, Creighton Prep, and Papillion-LaVista. The concert is Sunday, November 10th at 2:00 p.m. at the Holland Performing Arts Center.
World class tenor Anthony Webb is participating for the second time and he sat down with Mike Hogan "Live & Local" to discuss the program, how rewarding the experience is, and the joy of singing.
For more information or tickets, one can navigate to the website https://omahasymphony.org/concerts/haydns-lord-nelson-mass