THE INVISIBLE MADE VISIBLE
American University Chamber Singers
Daniel Abraham, director
American University Department of Performing Arts and the Music program
Join the Chamber Singers for a program centering the music of outstanding underrepresented choral creators of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. With a focus on Black, Latinx, and women composers, the program will include the music of Margaret Bonds, Rosenphanye Powell, Abbie Betinis, Andre Thomas, Emma Lou Diemer, José Maurício Nunes Garcia, Ysaye Barnwell, Joel Thompson and other well-known artists. The concert will also feature setting of texts by Langston Hughes, Paul Dunbar, and Maya Angelou that promote equity and rebuke racism and injustice. Faculty from the Department of Literature to give deep context to the poetry and their choral settings.
Tickets: Free for AU students with ID, $10 for alumni, staff, faculty, and senior citizens (55 and older), $15 general admission.
COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols:
Masks are optional but strongly recommended. N-95, KN-94, or KN-95 masks are especially encouraged.Proof of vaccination or negative PCR COVID-19 test. All guests attending AU events must show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of the start of the performance, and a photo ID. Learn more.
FREE Tickets for AU Students:
American University students with ID can claim their free tickets by visiting the ticket office at the Katzen Arts Center M-F 11:00 am - 4:00 pm.. We encourage you to reserve tickets in advance. For sold out performances, tickets must be claimed earlier than 10 minutes before the performance or they will be released to the public. Please release your tickets if your plans change by emailing email@example.com up to one day prior to the event. Student tickets are non-transferable and may only be reserved one at a time.