PALMDALE – The Sunday Night Singers will kick off their 2023/24 concert season on Sunday with “Galaxias,” an exploration of the galaxies through choral music. The inaugural concert is set for 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 5, at St. Stephen’s of the Valley Lutheran Church, located at 1737 East Avenue R in Palmdale.
“Under the visionary leadership of Artistic Director Mike McCullough, all will be captivated by a stellar performance. The audience will be treated to a tapestry of celestial melodies inspired by the profound significance of stars across diverse cultures, symbolizing guidance, hope, and wonder,” the organization said in a news release.
Tickets for the inaugural concert are available for free on the official website of The Sunday Night Singers at snschoirs.org.
As the season unfolds, the Sunday Night Singers will present a wide range of performances that celebrate the spirit of music and community, including:
— ‘A Joyful Holiday!’ on Dec. 10, 2023, celebrating the holiday season with timeless classics;
— ‘Our American Story: Aqui Estamos’ on March 3, 2024, delving into the power of immigration stories; and
— ‘Flowers for Mother’ on May 5, 2024, paying homage to maternal love.
For more information, visit snschoirs.org, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Sunday Night Singers
The Sunday Night Singers is the premier choir of the Antelope Valley, known for their award-winning performances and international acclaim. Fostering a large diverse community, SNS Choirs provides a platform for singers of all ages to collaborate, learn, and grow together. For this reason SNS Choirs has grown to host the largest choir in the Antelope Valley, SNS Chorale. High school students, senior citizens, and everyone in between find a musical home that enriches their lives and the wider community.