Pamela Espeland If you saw yesterday’s Artscape and Theater Latté Da’s season announcement, you already know part of VocalEssence’s big 50th-anniversary reveal: a collaboration with Latté Da.But that’s the tip of the iceberg (this is the North, after all) of a truly astonishing, wildly imaginative season.Before we get into that, a brief history: In 2015, VocalEssence sang “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” with the Rolling Stones. Mick liked them.Oh, all right, a few more details: Founded in 1969 by Philip Brunelle as the Plymouth Music Series, a community music program of Plymouth Congregational Church (still its home), renamed in 2002, VocalEssence has sung almost everything with nearly everyone virtually everywhere. Committed...
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VocalEssence plans imaginative 50th-anniversary season; 23rd Annual Art-A-Whirl in northeast