CFC finishes exciting Spring, 2013 Festival season!
CFC's Spring, 2013 Festival was a little different: The Beatles, choral style! From a capella rock to madrigal style, CFC presented a whole new take on Beatles music.
In addition to our main concert, which was held at UC-Clermont College's Krueger Auditorium, the CFC was honored to open for the May Festival; sing at Summerfair; entertain at Milford's Frontier Days; and be a featured performer at Miami Township's Summer Concert series.
If you missed this fun and interesting concert, don't despair – we will present Beatles music once more on September 28 at Milford's Promont House event, An Art Affaire.
Past Concert Highlights:
"Faith, Hope & Love"
In January, 2013, CFC explored the themes of faith, hope and love through a variety of musical styles. We included pieces such as the classical Jubilate Deo by Benjamin Britten; Sister Act II's Joyful, Joyful; and the irreverant but always fun Always Look on the Bright Side of Life from Monty Python.
"United We Sing: Music by American Composers"
After a several year hiatus, CFC returned to the chorale scene with a concert that celebrated American talent through the centuries. From Parker's Colonial era piece "Hark I Hear the Harps Eternal," to Erb's well-known and loved folk song "Shenandoah," to Bernstein's favorite from West Side Story, "Somewhere," we explored the centuries and styles that have shaped American music.
"Carols From Around The World" & "Singing With Santa"
For our Winter 2007 Festival concert, CFC presented our first fundraiser, a unique event that kicked off the holiday season!
"Singing With Santa" offered singing, crafts, musical demonstrations, refreshments, and a magic show with Milford's Own Jason Jacobs, all announced by Clermont County's Town Crier, Bill Knepp!
The "Carols From Around The World" concert showcased carols from 9 different countries sung by the CFC Chorale and the CFC Children's Chorus.
The event was sponsored by Park National Bank and Kroger; Jason Jacobs and Bill Knepp generously donated their time and talent, along with many wonderful volunteers.