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Faces: Spring 2021 concert

UPDATED May 18: The Arlington-based Mystic Chorale springs forward as 150-plus singers come together for another great virtual season. 

Founding Director Nick Page knew in advance that this Mystic Chorale season would be an historic occasion, and it did not disappoint.  In addition to singing together as a chorus, weekly guests were nothing short of spectacular.  All were singer/songwriters making the world a better place through song, doing so with humility and compassion.

The public is invited to experience the thrill of this season by attending Mystic’s Zoom wrap-up celebration on Saturday, May 22, at  7:30 p.m. And it's free.

The celebration will include video snippets of the season’s guests’ inspiring song-leading; premiere new Mystic videos; enjoy singalongs led by Jonathan Singleton, members of the Mystic community and Page; and a compilation of new verses to This Land Is Your Land that the chorus recently composed. 

The evening will also mark the opening of Mystic’s fabulous auction, with great items that will feed the soul, delight the taste buds, add adornment to body or home, and more.

Join Mystic in celebration of the end of a remarkable pandemic-defying year, successfully maintaining its one-of-a-kind community. Register for the Zoom link at

Feb. 27, 2021: Mystic Chorale presents: 'Walkin' Into the Light'

This news announcement was published Sunday, Feb. 28, 2021, and updated May 18. 

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