Allegheny Chorale to perform Tuesday in Tyrone

?An Evening with the Masters? is the theme of the annual spring concert of the Allegheny Chorale, a vocal group made up of singers of all ages from throughout the Tyrone, Altoona and Huntingdon area.
This Sunday at 7 p.m., the group will perform at the First United Methodist Church in Huntingdon. The Chorale will perform in Tyrone, Tuesday at the First Presbyterian Church. The concert in Tyrone is set for 7 p.m.
Laura Harris is the director of the Chorale and Kris Laird is the assistant director. Anna Myers is the accompanist. A number of soloists will be featured throughout the concert.
The first position of the program will include Morley?s ?Sing we and chant it,? Beck?s ?Offertory?, Thompson?s ?Choose something like a star?, and ?The road not taken?, Bell and Clemments Flower of Beauty and Beethoven?s ?Hallelujah? (from Mount of Olives).
Following intermission, the program will feature Sleeth?s ?Joy of the morning?, McCrae and Emerson?s ?In Flanders Field? with soloist Matt Lehner, Copeland?s ?Ching a ring chaw?, Brubeck and Coates ?Summer Song with Andy Ellenberger and Smith?s ?Ride a chariot? with soloists Nicole Castagnola and Ralph Harris.
The final number will be Hunter?s ?America? with soloist Pat Gardner.
The public is invited to attend the concerts. There is no admission charge but a freewill offering will be received.