Mayor Thomas P. Koch and the City of Quincy invite the community to enjoy an evening music and song on Saturday, September 18, 2021 for a combined Pops Concert by The Quincy Choral Society and Quincy Symphony Orchestra.
“We are so fortunate to have such a caliber of talented singers and musicians in our community. The Hancock Adams Common loans itself as a celebratory space for all to enjoy their artistry on what we hope to be a beautiful early fall night,” said Mayor Thomas P. Koch.
“The musicians of the Quincy Symphony Orchestra are thrilled to be able to present a concert with our friends at the Quincy Choral Society. We are all grateful to the City of Quincy and Mayor Thomas Koch for making this concert possible. We'll be performing works which celebrate our great country, and we can't wait to share this music with the citizens of Quincy. We are going to have fun performing live music for a live audience, and we can hardly wait till September 18th!,”shared Yoichi Udagawa Music Director and Conductor of the Quincy Symphony Orchestra.
Sarah Labrie, Quincy Choral Society’s Music Director added "The Quincy Choral Society is elated to be returning to in person singing with our friends at the Quincy Symphony Orchestra! This exciting concert will kick off our 41st season by celebrating all the things that make the city of Quincy great. Thanks to Mayor Koch and the City of Quincy, QCS was able to get together safely to rehearse and perform the Fauré Requiem in the late Spring, and now are able to take part in this thrilling live performance!”
The concert begins at 5:00 p.m. Cabaret tables and chairs along with theatre seating will be available. Lawn chairs are allowed. Beer and wine can be purchased from Hive Mobile Bar.