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Last MAC Sunday series this weekend
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MONROE - The last concert of Monroe Arts Center's 2017-18 Sunday Concert Series will be a one-hour vocal concert performed by more than 75 members of Madison Youth Choirs at 2 p.m. April 22.

Under the direction of artistic director Michael Ross, Madison Youth Choirs' girls Cantabile and the boys Ragazzi choirs will perform new pieces and past favorites by both American and European composers such as Claudio Monteverdi, George Frideric Handel, Frank Loesser and Timothy Takach.

Madison Youth Choirs is the oldest youth choir organization in Wisconsin. The organization's approach to music education encourages communities to embrace the transformative power of choral performance.

The choirs have an international reputation and perform and collaborate annually with professional arts organizations including the Madison Symphony Orchestra, Madison Ballet and Madison Opera. In addition to a public concert series, MYC conducts an annual spring tour of schools and retirement centers, performing for more than 7,000 students and senior citizens each year.

Tickets may be purchased in person at the box office located at 1315 11th St., Monroe, by calling the Monroe Arts Center at 608-325-5700 or online at

This event has been underwritten by season corporate underwriter Colony Brands Inc. and season media underwriter Big Radio. Additional underwriting for the Sunday Concert Series has been provided by David and Julie Buchanan, Gunderson Stiles Fund for Classical Music, Bob and Wendy Erb, Pete Guenther and Barb Woodriff, Lee and Chris Knuteson, Gof and Mary Thomson, Hans and Bobbie Bernet, Dave and Janeen Babler and Audrey Hein.