Siskiyou Singers and Music Director Mark Reppert invite you to celebrate the choir’s 40th anniversary with an exquisite holiday experience featuring Mozart’s Coronation Mass and ReginaCoeli, performed with full orchestra and soloists.
Performances of “Very Merry Mozart” will be at SOU's Music Recital Hall in Ashland on Friday, Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 10 and 11, at 3:00 p.m. General admission is $20 ($5 for students and Oregon Trail Card holders).
The first half of the concert will center on Mozart's Coronation Mass, full of sprightly themes and joyous melodies, and his ReginaCoeli, a delicious, filigreed pastry praising the “Queen of Heaven.” The second half of the concert will include a variety of holiday favorites, including Jason Robert Brown’s ecstatic Chanukah Suite; a jazz interpretation of It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year; and a shimmering version of Silent Night, arranged by Matthew Culloton. As is its tradition, the choir will conclude the concert with John Rutter’s rollicking take on We Wish You A Merry Christmas.
Covid protocols, if any, will be posted on the choir’s website the week prior to the concerts.
Don’t miss this exceptional holiday event, and come celebrate 40 years with Siskiyou Singers!
DIRECTIONS TO THE VENUE
The SOU Music Recital Hall is located in the Music Building on the SOU Campus, 450 South Mountain Avenue in Ashland. Free parking for the concerts is available on South Mountain Avenue across from the west entrance to the Music Building.
Directions From I-5 North: Take Exit 19 and go west on Valley View Road. Turn left at the light onto Highway 99, heading to downtown Ashland. Highway 99 will become North Main Street. Continue on Main Street through downtown Ashland. Main Street will become Siskiyou Boulevard at the end of downtown. Continue south on Siskiyou Boulevard. Turn right on South Mountain Avenue. The SOU Music Building is the third building on the left. Parking is to the right.
Directions from I-5 South: Take Exit 11 and merge onto Highway 99. Continue on Highway 99 until it meets Siskiyou Boulevard. Bear right onto Siskiyou Boulevard. Continue on Siskiyou Boulevard and turn left on South Mountain Avenue. The SOU Music Building is the third building on the left. Parking is on the right.