BW MEN'S CHORUS PRESENTS: "THINGS THAT NEVER DIE," A VIRTUAL SPRING REVIEW
Frank A. Bianchi, Director
Saturday, May 2, at 5:00 pm
“Things That Never Die,” A Virtual Spring Review reimagines the annual BW Men’s Chorus Spring Concert, offering a transformative new experience that is accessible from anywhere in the world.
This event is an offering of the BW Men’s Chorus “Still Connected” Series, and will premiere via YouTube Live on Sunday, May 2 at 5:00 PM. Instead of charging a traditional ticket price, the BW Men’s Chorus asks that attendees make an optional donation to its “Still Connected” Giving Campaign to support continued innovation, programming, and performance for all.
All attendees, whether or not they choose to donate, should reserve tickets for the virtual premiere at bw.edu/tickets. All who reserve tickets will receive an access link the day before the event.
Centered on the theme “Things That Never Die,” this virtual review adapts the same uplifting spirit of the group’s annual Spring Concert to an innovative form, engaging some of the group’s “greatest hits,” thoughts from director Frank Bianchi, poetry, art, narration, special guest appearances, and a brand new virtual performance featuring the voices of chorus members, past and present, spanning the group’s fourteen-year history— to create a multi-media celebration of community, story, and song.
“Things That Never Die,” A Virtual Spring Review celebrates the enduring power of community, highlighting those qualities of the human experience that live on forever – music, memory, creation. Through this virtual experience, the BW Men’s Chorus invites audiences to imagine a future of hope and promise, built on the courage to dream, persevere, and discover. In this future, we envision a brighter world where justice reigns, where all people may hear the perpetual music of living, and where we honor the immutable spirit of human connection.