In his last season before moving to St. Louis, Mystic Chorale Founder and Artistic Director and Lexington native, Nick Page leads the chorus in a concert packed with emotional punch that promises to lift the spirits of singers and audience alike.
The program ranges from rousing Gospel, South African,
and Israeli songs to a new Nick Page piece HaLev Roked (The Heart Dances). The performance ends with Nick’s anthem A Promise I Will Keep, Every Day Is a Day of Thanksgiving (with Mystic alumni) and a heartfelt farewell song for Nick, who has led the chorus for 32 years.
The public is invited to experience the magic of a Mystic Chorale concert, featuring more than 125 singers, on Thursday Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at Cary Hall, 1605 Mass Ave, Lexington. For those unable to attend in person, the concert will be live streamed. Tickets are $25 (live); $15 (virtual). For more information, Covid precautions, and tickets, go to www.mysticchorale.org.