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Saturday, April 20, 2024, 7:00 pm

First United Methodist Church, 1004 N. Mays St., Round Rock, TX

Tickets available at the door, between 6-7 pm.

Embark on a musical journey through the tapestry of life at the Round Rock Community Choir's highly anticipated spring concert, "Lifecycle - A Musical Celebration of Living" on Saturday, April 20. The evening will be a celebration of the human experience, exploring the various stages of life through the power of poetry and choral music.

The centerpiece of the concert will be a breathtaking performance of John Rutter's timeless masterpiece "Requiem,” an intimate, contemplative, and lyric work which ultimately moves toward light rather than darkness. The choir, under the skilled direction of Artistic Director David Allen, will bring this poignant and evocative piece to life.

Adding to the beauty of the evening, the Women's Ensemble will perform “I Plant You a Garden” by Greg Gilpin, “Sing to Me” by Andrea Ramsey, and “The Road Home” by Stephen Paulus, reflecting themes of growth and transformation.

Camerata, a select group within the choir, will sing “1,000 Beautiful Things” by Austin-based composer, Craig Hella Johnson, and “Lullaby from Three Nocturnes” by Daniel Elder. Their artistry will serve as a bridge between the diverse stages explored in the concert.

The Round Rock Youth Choir will also take the stage, showcasing the promise and talent of the next generation of singers. Their energetic performances of “Stories of My Life” by David Waggoner and “Walk Through Life” by Pinkzebra are sure to delight concertgoers.

As the Round Rock Community Choir takes you on a musical exploration of the human lifecycle, expect an evening filled with emotion, reflection, and celebration. Join us for an unforgettable concert experience that resonates with the universal themes that connect us all!


The Round Rock Community Choir is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit. Performances are funded in part by the City of Round Rock Arts and Culture.