Voices of the Mountains

Voices of the Mountains

Voices of the Mountains

Voices of the Mountains, the chorus affiliated with Symphony of the Mountains, will begin its twelfth season in the Fall of 2016.

Auditions for our 2016-2017 Season will be held on August 15 and 16 at 7:00pm in room 310 at the Renaissance Center located at 1200 E. Center Street, Kingsport, TN.

If you are interested in auditioning, but are unable to attend the scheduled auditions, please contact Beth Geno or Pat Flannagan at the contact information below.

Monday night rehearsals will alternate weekly between the Renaissance Center in Kingsport and King College Chapel in Bristol.  This facilitates rehearsal attendance for chorus members who drive from long distances and equitably distributes the commuting required.  Carpools are available and encouraged.

The Voices of the Mountains is directed by Dr. Patrick Flannagan, professor in the Music Department at King University, and accompanied by Vicki Fey, Director of Music Ministries and Organist at First Presbyterian Church in Bristol.

The chorus meets on Monday evenings from 7:30 to 9:30 pm.

For more information, please contact Beth Geno (423) 384-2035 and indageno@gmail.com or Pat Flannagan (423) 652-4846 and wpflanna@king.edu

In our 2016-2017 Season we will be performing the following:

  • In Flander’s Field: This is the Voices of the Mountains solo concert. We will performing moving patriotic and choral pieces in honor of our veterans in celebration of Veteran’s Day.
  • “Traditions” Holiday Concerts: These concerts, in collaboration with Symphony of the Mountains, Mountain Empire Children’s Choral Academy and Mountain Mission School Choir are always a wonderful start to the holiday season!
  • Verdi’s Requiem: Verdi’s Messa da Requiem is an incredible and powerful choral piece performed in collaboration with Symphony of the Mountains.
  • The Return of Carl Tanner: This season gives members of Voices of the Mountains the opportunity to meet and perform with world-renown tenor, Carl Tanner!