Melanie Moore - Artistic Director

Magic To Do

When: Saturday, May 31, 2014 2:30 PM & 7:30 PM
Where: Eisemann Center for Performing Arts
Guest Artist: Brian Hull, The Virtual Contemporary Chorale

The Contemporary Chorale, Richardson’s premier community choir, performed to a packed house! Under the direction of Artistic Director, Melanie Moore, this 40-member, mixed chorus opened with "Magic To Do", from the musical Pippin, and continued the "magic-inspired" theme by drawing on the magic of music, love, dance , fairytales, technology and everyday life. This family-friendly event showcased over twenty songs that entertained and delighted. The audience joined in on a rousing sing along version of "Let it Go" from the movie "Frozen".

Magic To Do also featured internet sensation, Brian Hull, performing "Let it Go" from Disney's Frozen in 21 Disney and Pixar character voices.

New that year, The Contemporary Chorale invited singers from around the globe to join in its Virtual Chorale. This ground breaking event in the Dallas metroplex used the magic of technology to incorporate videos of vocalists singing their parts while The Contemporary Chorale performs lived.

Brian Hull is a voice actor in Los Angles. Originally from Mansfield, TX Brian quickly gained voice acting attention when his YouTube video, "Disney and Pixar Sings Let it Go," went viral. This caught the attention of many animation studios, including the Walt Disney Studios, and he has been pursuing a voice acting career. He is known for playing Murray in Pupstar.

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  • Magic To Do
  • Touch the Sky
  • A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes
  • One Short Day
  • Sway
  • Watch What Happens
  • Live in Living Color
  • I See the Light
  • Razzle Dazzle
  • Children Will Listen
  • Alice's Theme
  • That Old Black Magic
  • Pink Panther
  • Safe and Sound
  • Somewhere
  • It Only Takes a Moment
  • Hushaby Mountain
  • There's a Fine, Fine Line
  • Disney Spectacular
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This organization is funded in part by the City of Richardson through the City of Richardson Cultural Arts Commission .