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The Voices of Gwynedd present the 2021 Annual Carol Nights featuring Rejoice! The Song Heard 'Round the World!
Admission is free, but tickets are required. All guests are required to be vaccinated. For more information, call 215-641-5599.
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The Voices of Gwynedd is a 100-member choir comprised of full- and part-time students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of Gwynedd Mercy University. Directed by Carol Evans, a seasoned soprano and assistant professor of music in the School of Arts and Sciences, the choir has developed into a highly professional choral ensemble presenting quality programs representing many different genres. Performances by the choir and our musical collaborators are establishing GMercyU as a strong cultural presence in Southeastern Pennsylvania and the entire Tri-state area.
Enriching the campus and the region, the Voices of Gwynedd provide on-campus concerts and events throughout the year. In addition, the ensemble has represented the University at a number of high profile regional events, including:
Other notable performances include performing with:
As a member of the Voices of Gwynedd, you will have the opportunity to travel all over the world. Past concert tours have included:
Interested in joining the Voices of Gwynedd? Contact:
215-646-7300 ext. 21157
Carol Evans is Assistant Professor of Music and Choral Director of The Voices of Gwynedd at Gwynedd Mercy University. Carol has distinguished herself by receiving the Christian R. and Mary F Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching at Gwynedd Mercy University and also the Gwynedd Mercy University Outstanding Professor of the Year Award.
Carol holds a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Temple University and a bachelor's degree in Music Education from the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music. Under Carol’s direction, the Voices of Gwynedd has developed into a highly professional choral ensemble presenting quality programs of many different genres.