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Registration Open for Orange County Mormon Choral Organization’s Spring Quarter
OCMCO will celebrate the American Heartland in its patriotic concert, “Goin’ Home,” June 19.
Themed “Goin’ Home,” the patriotic concert will feature selections celebrating the heart and hearth of America, including Copland’s “Hoe Down” from Rodeo, selections from The Music Man, “Bring Him Home” from Les Miserables and many more inspiring arrangements of patriotic hymns and anthems.
The Orange County Mormon Choral Organization is composed of six performing ensembles – the Sunbeam Chorus (ages 4-6), the Children's Chorus (ages 6-10), the Youth Chorus (ages 10-14), the Concert Choir (ages 14-18), the Orange County Mormon Choir (for adult participants)
The ensembles for children ages 4-14 are non-audition;
Rehearsals for the spring quarter will begin Tuesday, April 14. Children and parents interested in the non-audition choirs may come to the first rehearsal without registering to learn about OCMCO. The Sunbeam Chorus, Children’s Chorus and Youth Chorus rehearse on Tuesday afternoons in Mission Viejo and on Thursday afternoons in Newport Beach. Participants in the non-audition choirs can choose between rehearsal dates and locations. The Concert Choir, Orange County Mormon Choir and the Orange County Mormon Orchestra rehearse Thursday evenings in Newport Beach.
“Goin’ Home,” the OCMCO spring concert, will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 19, at the Henry and Renee Segerstrom Concert Hall. Tickets go on sale May 1 through the Orange County Performing Artscenter box office: http://www.ocpac.org.
The Orange County Mormon Choral Organization is an independent non-profit organization founded in order to teach and encourage excellence in quality sacred, choral and classical music. Its primary purpose is to provide a unique and unsurpassed level of music education to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Orange County. It also seeks to offer this tremendous opportunity to members of all faiths throughout the community. In doing so, OCMCO provides an invaluable learning environment whereby children, youth, and adults can associate with and share talents with those who maintain upstanding values. For more information, please visit http://www.ocmco.org.
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The Orange County Mormon Choral Organization is an independent non-profit organization founded to teach and encourage excellence in quality sacred, choral and classical music to the Orange County, Calif., community. More information: