The Ridgefield Chorale will host its fall concert, “Always Something Sings,” Saturday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. at the Veronica Hagman Concert Hall of Western Connecticut State University, in Danbury

The concert’s theme is about the connection of life and human experience, of the presence of music all around us, from the chirping of crickets to the music of the spheres.

The Ridgefield Chorale will premiere a performance piece composed by Thomas LaVoy, to honor Director Daniela Sikora, who is celebrating her 20th year directing the chorale. LaVoy will be in the audience, too.

Tickets for the concert ($20 adult, $15 for seniors/students) can be purchased online or at the door. Since the venue is small, the Chorale strongly suggest that you purchase tickets in advance through eventbrite.com.

Here's a link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-ridgefield-chorale-presents-always-something-sings-tickets-50174002793

The Ridgefield Chorale, a contemporary music singing group whose 70+ members hail from Fairfield County Connecticut and Westchester County New York, is known for its vocal excellence. Dedicated to the performance of contemporary choral music, from a cappella to Broadway, the standards, jazz and world music, the Chorale presents today’s finest choral composers and arrangers, accompanied by some of our area’s best musicians. www.ridgefieldchorale.org