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Chronos in the Hall

Sunday, January 14th

Chronos in the Hall
Sunday January 14, 2024
3:00 pm
Edmonton City Hall
1 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, AB T5J 2R7
Free and open to the general public!
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Special Anniversary Event; the perfect time to invite someone new for a sampling of Chronos!

Chronos Vocal Ensemble invites you to join us for a family-friendly, afternoon concert drawing from the choir’s ten years of choral excellence. With deep ties throughout Edmonton’s choral community, Chronos presents a varied program of music for unaccompanied voices. This includes new works by Edmonton and Canadian composers featured on the ensemble’s four albums, along with traditional choral repertoire; highlights from programs enjoyed by our audiences over the last decade. Hosted by CKUA’s Orest Soltykovich (who recently named our latest album Resolve as his pick of the year!), Chronos presents a free concert in gratitude for all the support received from Edmonton’s community of choral music lovers. Expect a bit of the sublime, a bit of fun, and plenty of great music!

This performance is free of charge, and will run a little over an hour. Children are welcome.


Sunday, January 14th
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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1 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, AB T5J 2R7 Canada
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