sounds Adelaide Boedecker HeadshotSpring is in the air with the Hilton Head Choral Society’s SOUNDS OF AUSTRIA concert with orchestra and soloists as well as a special performance by the Von Trapp children from Hilton Head Christian Academy’s “The Sound of Music” production. Tickets are now on sale for the Sounds of Austria at TICKETS at or by calling 843-341-3818.

The concert is will be Friday, March 16, 8PM at First Presbyterian Church.

With music selections from the beloved movie “The Sound of Music,” the Hilton Head Choral Society’s SOUNDS OF AUSTRIA concert will be an entertaining and fun musical treat for all ages. Sounds of Austria will take the audience on a musical journey through Austria featuring top selections from “The Sound of Music,” Mozart’s sparkling Coronation Mass and festive sounds Jackie Pileckas Headshotmusic from Vienna. The Hilton Head Choral Society’s event will be a great preview for the Hilton Head Christian Academy’s “The Sound of Music” production which opens the week after the March 16 concsounds Jose Gabriel Sanchez Headshotert.

Guest soloists at the Sounds of Austria concert include Adelaide Boedecker (top), Jackie Pileckas (right), Jose Gabriel Sanchez (left) and Anthony Offerie (bottom right). Boedecker is a soprano and has been honored by the National Opera Association Competition, The American Prize and Sarasota Artist Series International Vocal Competition. She is currently in her second season at The Santa Fe Opera. A Mezzo soprano, Pileckas is pursuing her masters degree in vocal performance at the University of Florida and aspires to pursue a career as an opera singer. Her performance experience includes Mozart’ssounds Anthony Offerie Le nozze di Figaro at Opera Festival di Roma. Sanchez is an Argentinian tenor who is working on his masters degree in music at the University of Florida. His most recent achievements include performing in various international ensemble projects such as the Tallis Scholars Workshop. A bass-baritone and Miami, Florida, native, Offerie’s credits include performances with the OperaEstate in Rome. Offerle served as guest baritone soloist in London’s Westminster Abbey and St. Paul’s Cathedral as well as St. Giles Cathedral in Scotland.

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