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ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: A Singable Feast to be held October 20

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By Press release submission | Oct 14, 2019

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Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce recently issued the following announcement.

This fall, Easton Choral Arts Society will present “A Singable Feast”. From appetizers and ale to cakes and coffee, this concert will leave patrons hungry, with songs about food from the classics, Broadway and jazz. Featured will be the hilarious PDQ Bach work, The Seasonings, written by Peter Schickele.

The Seasonings, is a satirical rendition of Haydn’s oratorio The Seasons. The four seasons of Haydn's work are now replaced by seasonings such as tarragon, leeks, sesame and curry and incorporated into a story about the search for the perfect ingredients for a recipe. The result is a tasty musical smorgasbord!

The concert’s repertoire also includes Jacques Offenbach's, “The Recipe” which may entice patrons to bake a cake, while “Coffee in a Cardboard Cup”, by the composers of Cabaret, will tickle your funny bone. Also included are works by John Rutter, and Sigmund Romberg.

Details:

Name: A Singable Feast

Date: October 20, 2019

Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM EDT

Website: http://www.eastonchoralarts.com

Location: Christ Church Easton

               111 So. Harrison St.

               Easton, MD 21601

Date/Time Information: October 20, 2019 at 4:00PM

Contact Information: Easton Choral Arts

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Fees/Admission: $25 advanced sale

                            $30 at the door

Original source can be found here.

Source: Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce

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