Provided by New Dominion Choraliers
The New Dominion Choraliers (NDC) of Prince William County, an award-winning community chorus, invites you to attend an exciting and memorable musical program Saturday, May 12, 7:30 p. m., and Sunday, May 13, 3:30 p. m., at Forest Park High School, 15721 Forest Park Drive in Woodbridge.
Featuring award-winning music from stage and screen the New Dominion Choraliers will entertain you
with song and performances from award winning shows you know and love!
In celebration of legendary composer Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday, NDC’s spring show features a
choral suite of the most-loved tunes from Bernstein’s modern day Romeo and Juliet, “West Side Story.”
Tapping the theme of dreams and star-crossed lovers, NDC performs many selections from the much
acclaimed “La La Land,” along with many other familiar tunes and featured performances from your
favorite musicals and movies.
Joining NDC on stage are dancers from Dance Etc. School of the Arts and local musicians that make up
“Music tells stories and truly adds to the emotional experience of any movie or play. These tunes and
the feelings they generate live on in our memory more than any dialog will. The music in our spring
concert spans generations and even those from the ‘40’s are familiar to young and old today,” says NDC
Director Katherine Nelson-Tracey. “Whether you are new to NDC or an avid supporter, you are sure to
come away from this concert with a song in your heart.”
Tickets are available online at newdominionchoraliers.org or at the door. Children 5-14 are FREE.
Adult tickets are $15 and $10 for seniors, PWCS and PWC government employees, law enforcement, and
first responders, military, veterans and students.
Now in its 22nd season, the New Dominion Choraliers is an award-winning volunteer, non-auditioned
chorus of dedicated amateur and professional musicians. NDC is widely recognized for its musically diverse performances and commitment to the community. The chorus provides a supportive environment for musical growth and development of its members and provides opportunities for individual contributions and accomplishments. Membership is open to adults and high school juniors and seniors who have a serious interest in choral music. NDC also is open to students of the Woodbridge campus of Northern Virginia Community College to earn ensemble credits. NDC is an Affiliate Arts Organization at the Hylton Performing Arts Center.
New Dominion Choraliers is partially funded by the Prince William County Department of Parks and
Recreation, NOVEC, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and