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    AT PARK CITIES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH2016–2017

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    …that my heartmay sing Your praises

    and not be silent.Psalm 30:12

    Our capacities to compose and to respond to musical form and sense

    directly implicate the mystery of the human condition. To ask “what is music?” may well be one way

    of asking “what is man?”George Steiner

    The Performing Arts at Park Cities Presbyterian Church presents the 2016–2017 concert series with a variety of musical events designed to take the listener beyond the reach of words to explore the depths of human experience. Please invite a friend and join us as we enjoy the gift of music, given by our Creator God.

  • The Choir of Gonville & Caius College, CambridgeOne of Great Britain’s leading collegiate ensembles, the Choir of Gonville and Caius College, directed by Dr. Geoffrey Webber, will bring their “flawless sounds and wonderfully blending voices” to PCPC for their first-ever Texas appearance. Their “enthusiastic, dynamic, world-class performances” are not to be missed.

    Friday, September 16, 2016 • 7:30 pm

    SANCTUARY *

    GloriaChristmas at PCPC

    PCPC’s Christmas candlelight concert will again feature two performances! The children’s, youth, and adult choirs with symphony orchestra will present carols and seasonal music to celebrate the glory of Christmas.

    SUNdAY, dECEmBER 11, 2016

    4:30 ANd 7:30 Pm

    SANCTUARY *

    A free ticket is required for entry and will be available at pcpcconcerts.org beginning November 1. After two sold-out concerts last year, securing tickets early is advised.

    MessiahSpring Choral Concert

    Presented by the adult, youth, and children’s choirs of PCPC along with soloists and orchestra, George Frideric Handel’s beloved telling of the life of Christ is an ideal Lenten contemplation and anticipatory celebration of Easter.

    Sunday, march 26, 2017 • 6:00 pm • Sanctuary *

    A Night in Dallas Dinner Concert with the UNT Jazz Singers

    Enjoy dinner and a fabulous show featuring the UNT Jazz Singers, directed by Jennifer Barnes. The singers won a DownBeat magazine award for collegiate vocal jazz ensemble in 2016, as well as outstanding performance awards in 2015, 2013, and 2012.

    Friday, november 4, 2016 • 7:00 pm • FellowShip hall • $17

    Tickets are required and will be available at pcpcconcerts.org beginning October 1.

    Sandra McCrackenA singer and songwriter who specializes in modern-day gospel songs, Sandra McCracken seamlessly combines the sacred poetry of old hymns with compelling personal confessions and narratives in her powerful lyrics.

    Sunday, February 26, 2017 • 6:00 pm

    SANCTUARY *

    Bach & Vivaldi by Candlelight

    Adkins & NielsonCello & Piano

    In this annual highlight of the series, Dallas Symphony principal cellist Christopher Adkins and Steinway Artist and PCPC elder Stephen Nielson will present an intimate chamber recital.

    Sunday, January 22, 2017 • 5:00 and 7:00 pm

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    Featuring instrumental chamber works by Baroque masters Johann Sebastian Bach and Antonio Vivaldi, the PCPC Sinfonia presents this exquisite concert of classics.

    Sunday, June 11, 2017 • 7:00 pm

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    General Information

    All concerts are open to the public. Tickets are required for the A Night in Dallas dinner concert and Dawn of Redeeming Grace Christmas concerts only and will be available on our website. An offering is taken at each concert to support future Performing Arts Series events. Please visit our website, pcpcconcerts.org, for more information, including directions and parking.

    * Childcare is provided at these concerts by online registration only for children from birth to age 5.