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PLU Choral Union to Start Scandinavian Tour in Iceland

By Iceland Review

The Pacific Lutheran University Choral Union will be performing in the church Langholtskirkja in Reykjavík on July 21 at 8 pm and the performance is open to all free of charge. The concert will be the first in their 2011 Scandinavian Tour.


The Pacific Lutheran University Choral Union.

Sean Fagan, a spokesperson for the choir, promises “a bright musical and social evening in the middle of the summer” and following the concert guests are welcome to attend a coffee reception in Langholtskirkja.

The PLU Choral Union is a university choir from the Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) in Tacoma, Washington and its members are from the surrounding communities, PLU faculty and staff, alumni and students.

Though an amateur choir, they are an excellent level and one of the best community choirs in the United States, as described in a press release.

The choir will perform five times during the tour: Reykjavík – Langholtskirkja, Stockholm – St. Jacob’s kirke, Hamar – Vang kirke, Bergen – Domkirke and their last performance will be in Trondheim as part of the St. Olav’s Festival where they will sing in the Pilgrim’s Mass at Nidaros.

Click here to read more about the PLU Choral Union.


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