This preview provided by Women’s Voices Chorus.

On Sunday, January 24, 2016, at 3:00 p.m., Women’s Voices Chorus will present Bodies in Motion at University United Methodist Church, 150 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill.

If winter seems to freeze you in place, warm up with our concert about people and creatures on the move! This program expands upon our Strobilus Arts performance, which featured jazz, gospel, and classical music by composers such as Rachmaninov and Mendelssohn about bodies and objects in motion. For our winter concert, we have added pieces by contemporary composers like Elizabeth Alexander and Ola Gjeilo. Percussion, guitar, piano, and a string quartet will accompany the chorus, with many works featuring soloists from our own ranks. We also will perform the world premiere of Eleanor Epstein’s “Mah Dodech Midod,” a love song commissioned by and arranged for WVC.

Put your own figure in motion and join us for what is sure to be a revitalizing concert! Tickets are $5 for students and $15 for adults. They can be purchased at the door or online at

Under the baton of Artistic Director Allan Friedman, WVC has evolved into the premier Triangle chorus for sopranos and altos. While performing a wide and diverse repertoire, we remain steadfast in support of our threefold mission: to provide a welcoming place in the Triangle for women to share the joy of singing together, to promote choral works written by and for women, and to strive to achieve the highest standards of musical excellence.