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Mostly Music: The Journey of the Chorus of Westerly WORLD PREMIER
August 30, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Misquamicut Drive-in Movies! This is a pre-ticketed, limited event due to Covid-19. ONE TICKET PER CARLOAD. Social distancing will be in
About this Event
Mostly Music: The Journey of the Chorus of Westerly will make it’s debut at the Misquamicut Drive-In. A Caswell Cooke Film, a Chorus of Westerly and Chris Walsh Production.
Free event. Movie starts at 8pm. ONE TICKET PER CARLOAD.
Social distancing will be in effect.
We are limiting tickets to half of our normal capacity in the lot. Concessions will be open and you can order online. Must get ticket through Eventbrite in advance. No cash sales and no sales at the gate.
Please wear mask when going to the restrooms. One person or family at a time. Please wear mask when going to concession stand. It is ok to sit outside your car in chairs.
One ticket gets your car in the lot. It does not matter how many people are in your vehicle, it is still only 1 ticket per carload.
First come first served as far as positioning of car in the lot.
Gates open 6:30pm
Mission: The Chorus of Westerly harnesses the power of music to transform lives and nourish the soul of the community.
The Chorus of Westerly is a 190-voice chorus based in Westerly, Rhode Island. It is one of the few choruses in the United States that has children singing alongside adults for every performance of its season. Members of the chorus come from all over Rhode Island and southeastern Connecticut, with some members coming from as far as Bristol, Middlesex and Norfolk counties in Massachusetts. As part of its typical season, the chorus will present two “classical” concert series, a series of Christmas Pops concerts in December, , a guest choral ensemble in February, an ‘a cappella’ concert series in March, and Summer Pops, a large outdoor performance held in Westerly’s Wilcox Park for audiences of 25,000 each June. For its classical and pops events, the Chorus performs with professional orchestral musicians from the Boston Musicians Association and from across Rhode Island.
The film has been in the works for the last 5 years and thanks to the efforts of the Chorus of Westerly is now ready to make its debut!