You have two more chances to hear the Outer Cape Chorale’s winter concert: 7:00 tonight at Provincetown town hall, and tomorrow at 3:00 at the Nauset Middle School in Orleans.

Don’t miss it!

The Fauré Requiem is one of the most achingly beautiful pieces of music ever written, and the Chorale does it justice, an appreciative silence following every portion of the Mass. John Rutter’s When Icicles Hang remind the audience of the cold outside and sets to music words by Shakespeare, Campion, and a couple of anonymous 15th-century writers. 

Finally, the Chamber Singers—a smaller, auditioned group from within the Chorale—performs Pentatonix’s arrangement of the Carol of the Bells, and everyone ends together with a singalong to the Winter Wonderland of Snow.

Sixteen instrumentalists back up the voices and Artistic Director Allison Beaven hits just the right balance between chorus and chamber orchestra. 

It’s a delight to hear the Outer Cape Chroale anytime, but this is an especially beautiful concert. Admission is free and there’s no excuse not to go!