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Thomasville Singers


Thomasville Singers to perform Sunday

Arts for the Community at Thomas University (ACTU) presents The Thomasville Singers with Chamber Orchestra conducted by Raymond Hughes as the concluding concert of the Sundays at Four series season on Sunday, March 29. The performance will begin at 4 p.m. on the theater stage at the Thomasville Center for the Arts, 600 E. Washington St. in Thomasville.

“Salieri was supposedly Mozart's nemesis during the last years of Mozart's life in Vienna, and Peter Shafer explored that apocryphal relationship in his play, ‘Amadeus,’ which was made into a blockbuster film in the 1980s,” stated Conductor Raymond Hughes. “’Hofkappellmeister’ (Court Conductor) Mass is a masterwork that lay in the archives for almost 200 years. I participated in preparing one of the first 20th century performances of this piece in Germany in 1981, and have paired it with works of Mozart with great success more recently.”

The program will feature Antonio Salieri's “Hofkapellmeister” Mass in D Major, and W. A. Mozart's Ave Verum and Regina Coeli. The chamber orchestra will include pairs of oboes, bassoons and trumpets, as well as timpani and strings.

“The Thomasville Singers have worked really diligently and have tolerated me driving them crazy with my insistence on great Latin diction,” Hughes continued. “Do join us on Palm Sunday for this concert.”

The concert is free and open to the public with a suggested donation of $5. A reception will follow the performance. For additional information, visit or call (229) 227-6964.​

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