They say good things come to those who wait, and the Kingwood Chorale and its faithful audience will finally have something to celebrate when they get together again Saturday, July 31 for a performance after an 18- month hiatus. Like all choirs of any stripe, the Kingwood Chorale was unable to meet, rehearse, or perform during the COVID lockdown. But with vaccinations being available and with the reopening of our community, the chorale will again sing together for the enjoyment of the greater Lake Houston area.
When asked what this last year has been like for the choir, Artistic Director and Conductor Todd Miller said, “It has been an exercise in patience. I began to wonder if we would ever make music together again.”
The Kingwood Chorale will perform two free mini-concerts on the afternoon of Saturday, July 31 at First Presbyterian Church of Kingwood. Each concert will last less than one hour and will be held at 2 and 4 p.m. Music for the concert includes patriotic selections and other American music that is uplifting and accessible. Guest violinist Xia Xia Zhang will also perform. All are encouraged to attend one of the concerts as a celebration of a return to normal.
Casual attire is encouraged. While there will be no charge for admission, donations will be accepted. For more information, you can visit the website at www.LHMAS.org or call 832-779-1492.