The Grande Prairie Singers will mark their 40th anniversary season opening with a “Winterlude 2016” concert on Dec. 11.
“We’re always seeking to move up in terms of the kinds of music we do,” said Jo Rodenberg, the group’s artistic director. “We do extremely diverse things. We love to do pop music but we love to do super early music. That shows in many of our concerts.”
Season tickets will include the “Winterlude 2016,” program at St. Lawrence O’Toole Catholic Church in Matteson; the “Hoorah for Handel!” program on March 12 at . . .
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