SING OUT! A MANSFIELD SYMPHONY CHORUS CELEBRATION
MANSFIELD, OHIO. The Mansfield Symphony Chorus will once again partner with several area high school choruses to present “Sing Out! A Choral Celebration” concert on the stage of the Renaissance Theatre, as a part of the OhioHealth Symphony Series. The concert will take place on Sunday, February 5, 2023, at 3:00pm.
Sing Out! is a Renaissance tradition in which area high school choirs perform alongside the Mansfield Symphony Chorus. The concert will highlight each choir individually and culminate in a combined choral performance guest conducted by MSO Music Director Ocatavio Mas-Arocas. This concert is a rare opportunity for high schoolers to sing while accompanied by a 55+ piece orchestra.
Lori Turner, the Chorus Master for the Mansfield Symphony Chorus, has been participating in Sing Out! and coordinating the event for several years. “We are very excited to see all of the schools coming together again at the Renaissance Theatre for this terrific event!”
In order to make the event as accessible as possible the cost is a $5 suggested donation. Support will go towards the continuation of the Mansfield Symphony Chorus, which has been a part of the Renaissance Performing Arts for over 40 years.
About Lori Turner:
Lori Turner, the Chorus Master for the Mansfield Symphony Chorus, brings nearly three decades of award-winning experience to her position of Artistic Director of the Renaissance Youth Opera Theatre. She has performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City and at the Paris Opera in France and has made numerous television and film appearances. She began her professional career in Los Angeles where she sang with the Los Angeles Opera, the Roger Wagner Chorale and the Los Angeles Baroque Orchestra. She spent 10 years in Europe as a member of the Royal Flemish Opera in Belgium. Since coming back to the States, Lori has devoted her time to her great passion- introducing young performers to the wonderful world of Gilbert and Sullivan and other classic operetta and lyric Broadway composers. Lori has frequently appeared as a soloist with the Mansfield Symphony and with the late Tom Croghan.