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The Festival Singers of Orange County presents 'Look at the World'

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The Festival Singers - photo by Daniel Wilson Photography

The Festival Singers of Orange County presents “Look at the World” on Sunday, March 3, 2024 at 3:00 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church of the Master, 26051 Marguerite Pkwy., Mission Viejo CA 92692.

The program is a selection of popular, folk, classical and traditional music in tribute to the earth and nature and a celebration of our world heritage. Among the songs included are This Land is Your Land, Shenandoah, It’s a Small World, Randall Thompson’s The Road Not Taken, John Rutter’s Look at the World and The Banyan Tree by local composer Gene Roberson, in honor of the 150-year-old banyan tree charred by the recent wildfires in Lahaina.

Tickets are $20.00, and may be purchased at and at the door. For further information, email or call 949-858-3813. 

The Festival Singers is a California nonprofit organization in its 42nd season of “Sharing the Joy of Music.” The group presents several public concerts each season and has sung at Carnegie Hall in New York, Disneyland, Angel’s Stadium and for numerous service and community organizations throughout Southern California. Gary Toops is the Artistic Director.


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