In the sesquicentennial year of Ralph Vaughan-Williams’ birth, AFCO celebrates this magnificent English composer with a program of some of his most beloved choral and symphonic works.  From his renowned “Serenade to Music” and “Hodie” to the exquisite “The Lark Ascending,” this evening of charming and evocative music is certain to delight the senses.  Also featuring the USU Women’s Chorus.  Special Guests include:  Robert Waters, violin; Celena Shafer, soprano; Aubrey Adams-McMillan, mezzo-soprano; Thomas Glenn, tenor; Christopher Holmes, bass-baritone.

Make sure to attend the pre-concert lecture, "'Bright portals of the sky': The Choral Music of Ralph Vaughan Williams," given by Drake University Professor of Music History Erik Saylor, at 6:30 pm in the Daines Concert Hall.

Ages 8+