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Related to chorus: Greek chorus, Chorus effect
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The successful launch of Chorus Aviation Capital and its rapid build to a global business has propelled the value of Chorus' portfolio of leased aircraft to over one billion dollars and demonstrated the strength of our growth and diversification strategy.
The chorus performs a cappella and barbershop in four-part harmony without musical accompaniment.
com/nasa/whistler-waves2) Soundcloud and researchers believe it's these waves, or the chorus, that are causing the bursts and scattering of the electrons.
With an overall score of 3,044, the chorus secured the title with "Let's Live It Up
The project, which will be led by the CBSO's Chorus director Simon Halsey, will see Chorus members travel to Mexico's capital where they will be joined by British and Mexican soloists for seven days of rehearsals and two performances of Mahler's Second Symphony at the Palacio de Belles Artes and Auditorio Nacional.
They will also sing some opera classics such as the Witches' Chorus from Verdi's Macbeth and Anvil Chorus from Verdi's Il Trovatore.
Headquartered in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Chorus was incorporated in2010 and is a dividend-paying holding company with various interests including Jazz Aviation Holdings Inc.
WNO chief executive and artistic director, David Pountney, said: "After a year of extraordinary achievement by the Chorus in Moses und Aron and William Tell to name just two, this is thoroughly deserved recognition for WNO's superb chorus - musically and dramatically one of the finest operatic choruses in the world.
While the chorus excelled with everything, from Candide to Carmen and Verdi to Weill, the evening was not restricted to popular numbers.
director of the Covenanter Singers and the Presbyterian Men's Chorus, and Catherine Walker, who asked members of the Georgian Bay Chorus to participate, presented a joint Christmas cantata.
Tickets for the annual Christmas concert performed by the Northborough Area Community Chorus this year at 3:15 p.
Previously the CBSO had predominantly called upon the City of Birmingham Choir for partnership in major choral works, but it was felt that there was a need for a chorus which would be under the CBSO's full control, and which could be called upon for all those finales in which the chorus becomes an extra instrument.