A semester to remember. Fall of 2020 will go down as one of the strangest, most challenging seasons ever. And yet, has offered much potential to learn about self, others, resilience, trust, respect, and all that we have in common. The choirs at TXState University entered into the year with much hope, and much unknown. Would be able to meet in person? Can we make music masked up? Will we be able to perform any of our music for an audience?
We chose music this semester that we felt would help us, day to day and week to week, stay connected, experience beauty, collaborate, and celebrate. We chose texts that spoke to our interconnectedness, and that offered some hope that we can and will get through anything – come what may. And through it all, the song goes on. The arts continue to be a refuge, and a vehicle for expressing our core beliefs and shared humanity.
We are so thankful for the support of all who have pitched in to make it possible to share a bit of this work with you...new technology and tools that we knew nothing of one year ago. We hope you enjoy this offering of Endless Song: Songs of Connection and Hope.
at Texas State Present's Virtual Theatre
Available On Demand
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 at 7:30pm
thru MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23 at 10:00pm
Public: TIP BASED
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TXST Students | Faculty | Staff: FREE
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I HAVE MY TICKET...NOW WHAT??
- Return to www.txstatepresents.com main page.
- Click the appropriate link you have tickets for.
- Your Validation Code and Record Locator are the same. Your record locator is a 6-letter code you can find above.
- Enter the validation code.
- Enjoy the production.
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