HBCU CHORALE SHOWCASE
Presented by the Lincoln Theatre Association
SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR IN-PERSON PERFORMANCES
- All patrons must provide proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID test before entering.
- Patrons, staff, and volunteers must wear face coverings/masks at all times.
- All guests will be directed to sanitize their hands upon entry.
- All seats will be assigned to allow for social distancing.
- Once the state-recommended capacity is met, no one will be allowed to enter the theatre.
- At the end of the program, all guests will be directed to exit the theatre immediately.
- Deep cleaning of hard surface areas in venue following safety protocols; increased fresh air intake through the HVAC system.
- Those exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms or who may have been exposed to someone presenting symptoms in the 14 days prior to the screening are asked not to attend.
Thursday, November 11, 2021 | 6:30 pm
The Lincoln Theatre has orchestrated a musical presentation that will feature the Kentucky State University Concert Choir and the Grammy-nominated Central State University Chorus. Columbus’ own Greg Watkins and The Worship & Praise Chorale will open the show and sing during intermission.
KENTUCKY STATE UNIVERSITY CONCERT CHOIR
DR. LLOYD MALLORY, DIRECTOR
Composed of undergraduates from all academic areas of the university, the Concert Choir is a well-rounded, diverse organization that upholds the highest standards in performance as well as academics. While the choir is open to all students, traveling participants must audition, maintain credible grade-point averages and show the ability to adjust to a variety of choral literature. In addition to a myriad of significant performances nationally, the choir is a frequent guest performer for the Frankfort and Kentucky communities and for university and state government functions. Tours of the choir have also included stops in Canada, the Bahamas, and Germany, and the choir has received multiple awards in choral competitions, including the National Spiritual Competition and the Annual HBCU Choral Festival.
CENTRAL STATE UNIVERSITY CHORUS
DR. CARLOS BROWN, DIRECTOR
The highly acclaimed Central State University Chorus, under the direction of Professor Carlos B. Brown, has a repertoire encompassing all periods and styles, highlighting the contributions of African American composers and arrangers. Vocal music has always played a major role in the history of Central State University. Located in historic Wilberforce, OH, Central State University has served as a launching pad for many outstanding singers of international renown including Leontyne Price, Roberta Alexander, and Nancy Wilson. The Chorus includes more than fifty students from all areas of the university. The Chorus has performed in the chambers of the House of Representatives and the Ohio Senate, as well as for the Ohio Music Educators Association (OMEA). The singers have toured over Ohio, the Miami Valley, the East Coast, Midwest, Southeastern U.S., and several European countries.