The program will feature two works by W.A. Mozart: Vesperae Solennes de Confessore and Regina Coeli. The chorus will also perform several short contemporary works, including the spiritual Hold On! (arr. Simpson) and Exultate Justi by Randol Alan Bass.
St. Johnsbury Academy's select choir, the Hilltones, will join NCC in several pieces and perform five selections alone.
The concert will include orchestra accompaniment and a quartet of solo voices from the region. Soprano Julie Drown and baritone Bob Mead are longtime members of the chorus. Alto Susanne Norwood of East Burke and tenor Andrew Lidestri of Lyman will round out the quartet.
The choruses, orchestra and soloists will be under the direction of Alan Rowe.