Anne Frank: A Living Voice

Featuring Blair Children’s Chorus & Vox Grata Women’s Choir. Free & open to the public.

 May 15, 2018  7:30 pm  Ingram Hall, Blair School of Music  

The voice and texts by Anne Frank come to life in Linda Tutas Haugen’s Anne Frank: A Living Voice.  Blair Children’s Chorus, Vox Grata Women’s Choir, and strings will perform this and other selections under the direction of Vox Grata’s conductor Jeanette MacCallum and Blair Children’s Chorus conductor Mary Biddlecombe.

Jeanette MacCallum, Founder and Artistic Director of Vox Grata, felt it was important to join forces with the girls of Blair on this piece due to the historical significance of the Diary of Anne Frank. “In addition to serving as a firsthand account of the Holocaust, the Diary also reveals normal adolescent trials and Anne’s struggle for an identity. It is important for girls to be exposed to this momentous work.” Vox Grata is unique among choral groups, in that all of its concerts directly benefit the needs of women in the Middle Tennessee area.

Free admission. Free parking is available across from Blair in the West Garage.

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