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Classical 90.5 WUOL Presents the 2014 Holiday Choral Festival

Classical 90.5 WUOL is proud to present the 9th annual Holiday Choral Festival on Sunday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m. Celebrate the season amidst a brilliant array of voices and musical selections in the historic setting of St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church.

This year’s concert will feature four ensembles: the Louisville Chamber Choir, directed by Kent Hatteberg, is quickly becoming one of the most sought after local choirs; Voces Novae, directed by Frank A. Heller, III, is a community choir focused on music by living, American composers;  Protus Vocal Ensemble, directed by Richard Burchard, is a new, all-male vocal ensemble and the Youth Performing Arts School Women's Choir, directed by Jacob Cook, draws on some of the most talented young singers in the area.

“We’re very excited and honored to have four ensembles again, showcasing a broad range of musical styles,” said Daniel Gilliam, program director of Classical 90.5, “After last year’s record attendance, we expect a similar turn out for this holiday tradition.”

Admission is $10 for Louisville Public Media Members, $15 for non-members and $10 for children under 18. Tickets can be purchased at ticketfly.com, by phone at 877-435-9849 or at the Louisville Public Media office at 619 S. Fourth St. beginning Friday, October 31st. A member presale will be available on Monday, October 27th.

St. Martin of Tours is located at the corner of S. Shelby and E. Gray in Louisville (near E. Broadway).For more information, please visit WUOL.org.

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