May 05, 2017
Parkchester Chorus, the 77th Annual Spring Concert
Sunday, May 21, 4 p.m., join in the fun and celebrate America the Beautiful with Parkchester Chorus. This program is a tribute to America’s rich musical tapestry. The concert is held at First Lutheran Church of Throggs Neck, 3075 Baisley Avenue, Bronx 10461. Doors open at 3:30 p.m., the concert starts at 4:00 p.m. Tickets are $20 per person and are available on a first come, first served basis.
This concert, developed by Parkchester Chorus’ talented Director, Miles Fellenberg, with Assistant Director and pianist Ava Nazar accompanying, will delight the audience with music by Irving Berlin, and Aaron Copeland and includes “The Battle Hymn of the Republic and the anthem from the Statue of Liberty. Parkchester Chorus, the oldest ecumenical chorus in the Bronx, truly brings a broad mix of American music to the folks of the Bronx. To summarize, you will hear folk, classical, a little Broadway and music from some great American composers. There will also be a live quartet and chorus soloists. One of the most unique factors of Parkchester Chorus is that the chorus consists of talented local vocal musicians of all ages. Another unique distinction about Parkchester Chorus is that we are known for singing different kinds of music and this concert exemplifies just that. Keep in mind that Director, Miles Fellenberg was inspired to create this concert from the wealth of music in the Parkchester Chorus repertoire
For membership information please write: ParkchesterChorus.Members@gmail.com. You can access the First Lutheran Church by the Q50 or Bx5 bus from Pelham Bay Station. By car, a left turn from Tremont Avenue crossing east over Crosby to Baisley, will get you there. Limited street parking is available. You may also call: 1-718-320-2790, for further information and please leave a message.
Recording Secretary Parkchester Chorus