The Capital City Men’s Chorus Presents “Traditions”

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The Capital City Men’s Chorus presents their 29th annual holiday concert, TRADITIONS.

Featuring special guest performer, Cathie Sheridan.

Traditions…they’re what the holiday season is all about. Remembrances, from days gone by, when folks would come together to celebrate the season and enjoy the fellowship of family and friends! Allow the men of the Capital City Men’s Chorus to transport you back to those carefree days, when you would peek over the table to get a glimpse of a perfectly browned turkey, fresh from the oven. Or, to see for the first time, the sights and sounds as the whole community comes alive with lights and music. Sneaking in to pick up a present, give it a little shake and wonder what’s inside! The soft lights of the Hanukiot- the Chanukah menorah, flickering across the room. Going to those holiday parties, or your favorite house of worship, to commune and celebrate with others in your neighborhood, some of whom you haven’t seen since last holiday!

Come along with the CCMC, accompanied by our orchestra of strings and harp, as we take you back to yesteryear with some familiar old songs, who, like very old friends, only improve with time and age! Songs like the ever-popular Sleigh Ride, Carol of the Bells, and many others, will get your toes tapping and put a smile on your face. Lorten Lauridsen’s beautiful anthem, Sure on this Shining Night, a poem about lasting friendships and chosen families is sure to move you like nothing you’ve ever heard before. If that’s not enough, the gorgeous, soaring sounds of the dual-choir selection of O beatum et sacrosanctum diem, is sure to imbue a sense of the holiday spirit that will last you through the New Year! As always, there will be a few surprises on stage to further entertain and delight. And, always a crowd favorite, our audience sing-a- long, where you get to join with the chorus and sing some cherished holiday melodies!

Please plan to attend this special, family-friendly performance and include the Capital City Men’s Chorus in your holiday Traditions!

Performance Times:
Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 7:30 pm. (Doors open at 7:00 pm)
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 4 pm. (Doors open at 3:30 pm)

University Baptist Church, 2130 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78705.

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It Came From Ladybird Lake

The Capital City Mens Chorus presents the first concert of their 29th consecutive season, It Came From Ladybird Lake!

The men of the award-winning Capital City Mens Chorus kick off their 29th consecutive season with their first ever Halloween show: “It Came from Ladybird Lake!”

Featuring music from The Addams Family Musical, Mystery of Edwin Drood, Randall Strop’s powerful “Dies iræ,” Arthur Sullivan’s “When the Night Wind Howls,” along with many other favorites that youre sure to recognize!

Of course, no Halloween performance would be complete without some of your favorite selections from The Rocky Horror Picture Show!

Come on out and try out your Halloween costume before the 31st, as family-friendly costumes are encouraged!

Let the men of the CCMC put you in the Halloween spirit, with some haunting melodies that are sure to thrill and chill you to the bone!

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The Capital City Men’s Chorus presents “Holiday Memories!”

Please join the CCMC for their 28th annual Holiday concert, in the historic University Baptist Church, on December 3rd and 4th 2016.

‘Tis the season for the CCMC to reflect on some wonderful Holiday Memories, with sounds of the season to entertain and delight family and friends of all ages. Accompanied by orchestra and harp, this year’s offering will feature familiar seasonal favorites with new music by Eric Whitacre, Straight, No Chaser, and even a visit by Mrs. Claus!

Smiles, laughter, and a tear or two as absent loved ones are remembered provide the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of the holidays. Take a couple hours off from all of the shopping and planning and allow the men from the Capital City Men’s Chorus to put you in the holiday spirit as only they can!

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Saturday December 3rd 7:30 pm-9:30 pm
Sunday December 4th 4:00 pm-6:00 pm

University Baptist Church
2130 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78705


Ghoulfest 2016

The Capital City Men’s Chorus is proud to be part of this Benefit performance of ’Twas All Hallows Eve with The 13 Ghoultide Scarols at AISD’s state-of-the-art Mueller Performing Arts Center 1500 Barbara Jordan Boulevard, Austin, 78723

Saturday, October 29th
Performance at 4 pm, $12 & $5
Gala at 6 pm followed by the performance at 7:30 pm, $25 & $10
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’Twas All Hallows Eve is a rollicking audience-participation musical production featuring a cast of over 150, with an Orghoulstra, a Ghoul Choir that includes Conspiraré Youth Choir, Capital City Men’s Chorus, members of Tapestry Women’s Chorus, St Martin’s Symphonic Winds and Choir, , and an operatic Scare-rator Quartet. Two of Austin’s premier dance companies, Austin Dance Works and Third Coast Contemporary will lend their magic to the production. The Gala includes a silent auction, costume parade, finger foods and more.

With 2 performances seen by over 2400 Austin children and adults, Ghoulfest will benefit the music outreach program of the Arts and Fitness Program for Young Children. ( Funds raised will bring music enrichment to preschools across Austin’s diverse landscape. Many of our communities do not have access to the foundational benefits that learning through music brings to life. AFPYC partners with Heartsong Music to give children the gift of Music Together®, the international music learning program recognized the world over.

Come for the spectacle, leave with the Ghoultide Scarols rattling in your head!
Christmas has the Nutcracker. Now, Halloween has ’Twas All Hallows Eve!

Love Ignites !

The Capital City Men’s Chorus is honored to be part of the Equality Texas celebration LOVE Ignites ! 

Please join us Sunday June 26, 2016 at Central Presbyterian Church in Austin at 4:00

On June 26th, 2015, the Supreme Court passed into law Marriage Equality for all. The LGBTQ community felt victorious and a sense that we were finally making strides in our fight towards equality for all. Throughout the country there was a honeymoon period – a high almost – a feeling that we as a community could let our guard down and just – be ourselves.

June 12th, 2016, shattered that dream, and shattered the tenuous, hard-fought sense of personal safety that many gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans had begun to feel. That early morning was a reminder that in all corners of this country, gay and transgender people are still regarded as second-class citizens who should be scorned. This fight is far from over.

On June 26th, 2016 – please join us at Central Presbyterian Church Austin to celebrate the anniversary of a great victory for our community and to recognize that the best way to honor the precious 49 lost lives in Orlando is to make them count for something.

Speakers include Austin Chief of Police Art Acevedo and Marriage Equality pioneers Nicole Dimetman & Cleo deLeon and Suzanne Bryant & Sarah Goodfriend.

After our presentation has concluded, all attendees are invited to walk with us to Cheer Up Charlies where the celebration and memorial will continue.

Let’s let Love Ignite us in this battle for full equality – not only in the laws that are passed – but also in the hearts and minds of every Texan.

Love Ignites