The Silvertones of the Larimer Chorale Present Sing in the Holidays 2017

Silvertones Sing in the Holidays, Dickens Carolers, Larimer Chorale

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   November 7, 2017

The Silvertones of the Larimer Chorale Present Sing in the Holidays 2017

With the arrival of fall, we begin to look ahead to the holiday season and anticipate celebrating traditions with family and friends. Join the Silvertones of the Larimer Chorale as we welcome a change in the seasons and ring in the holidays with songs like Let It Snow, Let There Be Peace on Earth and What A Wonderful World.  The Silvertones choir will move you with its message of peace and togetherness and remind us all of the true meaning of the holidays. The Dickens Carolers of the Larimer Chorale will also join the program.

Just the Facts

Saturday, November 18, 2017, 2:00 pm

Thompson Valley High School, 1669 Eagle Drive, Loveland, Colorado 80537

Buy tickets at the door for $5.00 each

Launched in 2012 as an outreach effort of the Larimer Chorale, the Silvertones Senior Choir provides an avenue for active older adults to engage in recreational singing. By its very nature, singing in a choir requires collaboration and cooperation, reduces isolation, and creates an inclusive environment. The emphasis of the program is on camaraderie and singing for the fun of it.  The Silvertones Senior Choir now has more than 180 members, ranging in age from 55 to 98.

The Silvertones demonstrate that learning, making, and sharing art enriches everyone throughout their lifetime. Singing is a full body and brain exercise that is accessible to all and that addresses seniors’ needs for physical activity, mental stimulation, and cognitive engagement. Singing in a choir provides an enjoyable community experience, fosters the realization of life-long learning goals; and encourages friendship and teamwork.  Through this program, the Larimer Chorale has improved its understanding of how older adults find joy, connection, improved health, and a renewed sense of purpose by engaging in the choral arts.  The Silvertones also demonstrate what aging voices can do. Each day choir members defy ageism and stereotypes by showing that older adults are active, enthusiastic, curious, and willing to try new recreational activities. 

The Dickens Carolers of the Larimer Chorale are 20 outstanding vocalists, auditioned from within the ranks of the Larimer Chorale. They perform as quartets and smaller ensembles and are available for hire for various community celebrations and functions as well as private parties throughout the holiday season. They wear authentic Victorian costumes, made by soprano Marian Railsback.

About The Larimer Chorale:

The Larimer Chorale is one of the largest and most accomplished avocational choral ensembles in the Rocky Mountain Region. We are an auditioned, adult choir that was created by our community, for our community. Through our concerts, events, and outreach activities, we actively demonstrate that singing is a life-long endeavor that brings fulfillment and enrichment to singers and audiences alike. We sing for the joy it brings to us and our audiences and out of a deep dedication to music and our community. To learn more about the Larimer Chorale and its Singing for Seniors outreach project visitwww.larimerchorale.org.