2012 Lifetime

Thanks to our chorus and audience for a fabulous festival!


Peruse our PROGRAM BOOKLET (pdf) to learn more about this concert!

Sung by a large chorus of children and adults, this performance comprised 23 musical selections having universal appeal to all ages, with a special appearance by the St. Peter School Singing Club. Lifetime songs range from amusing to moving, and include "Birth," a chorus celebrating Earth’s transition from dead rock to living planet, "Lake," exploring the creation of biodiversity in fish populations, "Amoeba," a jazzy, witty, ditty from the Amoeba’s point of view, "Four Billion Years," a plea for humans to take care of the earth and its life forms, and "Taxonomy," a musical exploration of the classifications of life forms.

Read about and hear previous performances of Lifetime: Songs of Life and Evolution
Read about and hear last year's program, Many Voices: The Science of Communication