Join Us for a Night of Artistic Expression
The Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida presents a multi-faceted choral mastery crossover of remembrance and rejoicing.
From the Heavenly to the Divine features a set list that includes luxurious classical numbers to beloved, contemporary songs. The cornerstone of the evening is the richly gorgeous “Requiem for Solace,” by choral composing superstar, Kim Andrew Arnesen. The concert then makes a complete 180 degree turn and infuses vibrant joy into the evening with music from Tony, Golden Globe, and Academy award winning shows like Rent, Hello Dolly, Something Rotten, The Greatest Showman & many more.
This concert is for everyone that has loved, lost and gained. It’s a celebration of human life and everything that encompasses humanity.
March 29 & 30, 8 PM
1480 SW 9th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
Ticket Prices: $40/$45/$50
It’s Better in a Group!
Groups of 18 or more enjoy a 20% discount
Special Guest Artists
Kim André Arnesen
Norwegian composer Kim André Arnesen specializes in choral music. With a growing reputation on both sides of the Atlantic, Arnesen’s is regarded as one of the young superstars of composition in the classical arena. His music is written in an accessible melodic style and demonstrates a richly expressive vein.
Arnesen grew up in Trondheim, Norway, and he is now Oslo-based. In his early years, he sang as chorister at the Nidaros Cathedral and studied at the Trondheim Music Conservatory. Arnesen received broad exposure when he composed music for the award-winning TV special, Christmas in Norway in 2013
In the USA his music has been performed at Carnegie Hall in conjunction with Distinguished Concerts International in New York, by the Saint Olaf Choir in Minnesota, at the Oregon Bach Festival and at The White House for president Barack Obama.
Requiem of Solace
Lissette Jimenez, mezzo-soprano
Sean Sterling, Florida Singing Sons, soprano
The Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami
- Requiem Aeternam
- Dies Irae
- Not in Vain
- Rex Tremendae
- Pie Jesu
- We Remember
New York Show Time!
- A Musical from Something Rotten
- A Million Dreams from The Greatest Showman
- (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear alla Sebastian Bach
- The Alto’s Lament
- Falling in Love with Love from The Boys from Syracuse
- Before the Parade Passes By from Hello Dolly
- You’ll Never Walk Alone/Climb Every Mountain from Carousel and The Sound of Music