Stafford Regional Choral Society (SRCS) will present “Night on Broadway,” an afternoon cabaret of hits from favorite Broadway shows on Sunday, March 13, 2022, at 3:00 p.m. at Saint Peter’s Lutheran Church (1201 Courthouse Road, Stafford). The concert is free to the public. For the safety of all performers and audience members, we request that everyone wear a mask for the 75-minute concert.
SRCS is thrilled to once again take the stage—its second live performance since the pandemic. “Night on Broadway” is a cabaret-style showcase of choral, solo, and small ensemble works from Broadway favorites such as Sister Act, The Wiz, Dear Evan Hansen, and Wicked. The concert features live performance by members of the Choral Society and a screening of SRCS’s virtual choir performing “I Got Gershwin.” The virtual choir reunites several members of the chorus, including some who have moved out of state. “I am deeply honored to be able to direct this group of dedicated singers,” said Artistic and Music Director Jason Michael. “It is especially meaningful to bring together past and present singers, regardless of distance from Stafford.” The live chorus will be accompanied by Lauren Black, bassist; Garrett Jones, pianist; and Kevin Taylor, percussionist.
A freewill donation will be collected during the concert to support the SRCS Scholarship Program, which awards outstanding, local high school pianists, instrumentalists, and vocalists who plan to continue music performance in college. SRCS recently awarded its 2022 scholarships to McKenna Connally, flutist, and Victoria Lynch, vocalist.
The Stafford Regional Choral Society is a 501(c)(3) organization, under the direction of Jason J. Michael. Founded in 2001, the chorus of singers from Stafford and the surrounding area promotes choral music and performing arts education through its annual three-concert season. For more information, contact the Choral Society at [email protected] or visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/StaffordChoralSociety.