Carson City Symphony Chorus calling singers to rehearse Tuesday

The Carson City Symphony Chorus is calling singers to rehearse from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in the Choral Room of Carson High School, 1111 N. Saliman Road, for a spring celebration concert with the Carson City Symphony on April 26 at the Community Center.

The concert will feature music by Mozart, Brahms, and Grieg, with soloists Sally Turk, flute, and Michael Langham, harp. The Carson City Symphony Chorus will sing Mozart’s “Te Deum” with the orchestra.

The Symphony Chorus, conducted by Michael Langham, is an extension of the Carson Chamber Singers. It provides opportunities for amateur and volunteer professional vocalists, including high school and church choir members.

The group will feature at the Symphony’s Pops Party concert on June 14 at the Governor’s Mansion, and also at an Independence Day concert on July 4 at Mormon Station Park in Genoa.

To participate, email Director Michael Langham at, or call the Symphony at 775-883-4154.

For more information about the concert and performing groups, go to


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