The all-female musical group Túumben Pax from Mexico, and the Chinee Crystal Children’s Choir from San Francisco, perform in the “9th Annual Serenade! Choral Festival,” presented by Classical Movements at Castleton on Sunday, July 7, at 6 p.m.
Founded in 2006, Túumben Paax, a female vocal sextet, has performed nearly 40 world premieres especially composed for the ensemble by Mexican and foreign composers, and has won numerous international awards for their performances.
Crystal Children’s Choir, comprised of middle and high school children of Chinese origon, was founded in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1994 in an effort to unify and maintain Chinese cultural identity through song. Since its founding, Crystal Children’s Choir has grown into an organization of more than one thousand members, and their musical repertoire includes Chinese folk songs and traditional American tunes.
Ticket prices for this CiP concert are $10-20, and the performance will be held in the Theatre House at Castleton (663 Castleton View Road). Call Connie Payne at 540.937.3454 for more information and visit www. CastletonFestival.org to purchase tickets.
The San Franciscobased Crystal Children’s Choir, comprised of middle and high school children, was founded in 1994 in an effort to unify and maintain Chinese cultural identity through song.