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Classical music: The acclaimed Madison Choral Project will perform …

By Jacob Stockinger

The acclaimed Madison Choral Project (below top), under the direction of its founder and conductor Albert Pinsonneault (below bottom) who used to teach at Edgewood College1 and now teaches at Northwestern University2 will present two performances of its third annual Discount Holidays © holiday concert, A Procession of Angels, this weekend.

(NOTE: You can hear the Madison Choral Project singing its beautiful a cappella arrangement of the carol Angels We Have Heard on High3 in a YouTube4 video at the bottom.)

Classical Music: The Acclaimed Madison Choral Project Will Perform ...

Classical Music: The Acclaimed Madison Choral Project Will Perform ...

The popular Discount Holidays © Holiday program will be performed twice in Madison; this Friday night, Dec.

18, at 7:30 p.m. at the First Congregational United Church of Christ5 at 1609 University Ave. and again on Sunday night, Dec.

20, at 2:30 p.m. at Lutheran Church6 of the Living Christ, 110 N. Gammon Rd.

The concerts feature Christmas music7, as well as music from other traditions, and TWO WORLD PREMIERES of new compositions: My Brilliant Image by Madison composer and MCP singer Jasper Alice Kay (below top); and a new arrangement of Deck the Hall by the award-winning composer Jocelyn Hagen (below bottom). Other guests artists are also featured.

Classical Music: The Acclaimed Madison Choral Project Will Perform ...

Classical Music: The Acclaimed Madison Choral Project Will Perform ...

Wisconsin Public Radio8 s news director Noah Ovshinsky (below) again joins the MCP to read selected texts that relate to the theme of the concert. There will also be a chance for the audience to join in on some Discount Holidays © holiday sing-alongs.

Classical Music: The Acclaimed Madison Choral Project Will Perform ...

Music by composers such as Dominick Argento9 (below top), Felix Mendelssohn10 (below bottom), Alexander Sheremetev, William Billings, Ola Gjeilo and Kenneth Jennings11, among others, will represent many of the points of view that unite the public in reflection upon the season.

Classical Music: The Acclaimed Madison Choral Project Will Perform ...

Classical Music: The Acclaimed Madison Choral Project Will Perform ...

Also featured is John Aley (below), a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of music12 and the virtuoso principal trumpet of the Madison Symphony Orchestra13, and the reading of texts by William Shakespeare14, Elizabeth Barrett Browning15 and Hildegard von Bingen16 as well as from the Bible and from the mystic Sufi Arabic and Persian poets Ibn Arabi and Rumi.

Classical Music: The Acclaimed Madison Choral Project Will Perform ...

The Madison Choral Project, founded in 2012, is Madison s professional choir.

Its 22 voices are made up of professional singers, teachers and graduate students from the Madison Area.

The MCP says it is committed in its mission to enrich lives in our community by giving voice to the great music of our diverse world; to express, to inspire, to heal; to garner joy in the experience of live music; and to educate and strengthen the next generation of singers and listeners.

Tickets are available in advance at www.themcp.org17 as well as at the door of each performance venue. ($25 at the door, $20 advance tickets and $10 student tickets with student I.D.)

For more information, visit: http://themcp.org18

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Holiday firms’ shares fall after UK warning over Egypt

Shares in Discount Holidays © holiday companies Thomas Cook and TUI Group fell on Thursday after Britain suspended flights to a major Egyptian tourist resort, potentially hitting demand for holidays throughout Egypt. Britain said on Wednesday it believed there was a significant possibility that an explosive device caused a Russian plane to crash in Egypt on Oct.

31, killing all 224 people onboard. As a result, Britain advised against travel through the Red Sea resort of Sharm al-Sheikh. Shares in Thomas Cook fell 6.7 percent to 112.9 pence by midday, while TUI lost 1 percent to 1,150 pence on the anticipated hit to their businesses.

British travel association ABTA estimated there were about 9,000 customers currently on Discount Holidays © holiday in Sharm, plus an unknown number of holidaymakers who had travelled there independently. Thomas Cook and TUI, Europe’s two biggest Discount Holidays © holiday companies, said in statements they had cancelled all flights and holidays from Britain to Sharm al-Sheikh, a popular destination for Northern Europeans seeking winter sun, up until Nov.

12. Both companies said customers who had booked to go during that time would be refunded.

SETBACK

The UK flight ban is the latest knock to Egypt’s tourist industry, which has been trying to recover from four years of political upheaval and militant violence which has resulted in a string of holidaymaker deaths. Given the safety warnings, Western European Discount Holidays © holiday companies are much less exposed to Egypt than they were before the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak in 2011. Shore Capital analyst Greg Johnson estimated that holidays to Egypt accounted for about 3 percent of both of Thomas Cook and TUI’s tour operator businesses, which in turn account for the bulk of overall group sales.

“We’ve seen Egypt as a proportion of business has more than halved in the last few years. They have taken a lot of capacity out of Egypt as demand has fallen,” he said.

The number of tourists visiting Egypt has fallen from about 14.7 million in 2010 to a current level of around 10 million, according to Egyptian tourism ministry figures. There were 1 million arrivals from Britain in 2014, according to data from Euromonitor, whose analyst Nadejda Popova said that while Egyptian tourism had a history of recovering from security crises, such as the bombings in Sharm in 2005, Britain’s move would hurt the industry.

“The decision of the UK is going to have a very serious impact on the local economy and of course on tourism, as the only pockets of safety in the country in terms of tourism are now compromised,” she said. Before the Russian plane crashed, the latest setback to Egyptian tourism was in September when Egyptian security forces mistakenly bombed a convoy of Mexican tourists while pursuing militants.

Eight Mexicans and four Egyptians were killed. Trouble elsewhere in North Africa this year includes a beach massacre in Tunisia, when 38 people were killed in June, forcing Thomas Cook and TUI to cancel holidays, costing them 25 million pounds and up to 40 million euros respectively. Thomas Cook, which operates with lower profit margins than bigger rival TUI, had said in September it was hoping for a pick-up in demand for holidays to Egypt.

In July, it said a drop in bookings to Greece and Tunisia and the depreciation of the euro would knock its annual profits in the period. Its shares have fallen 4 percent since July 30. TUI, whose shares have risen 9.6 percent in the last three months, has forecast its annual earnings to rise between 12.5 and 15 percent for the financial year-ended Sept.30.

British low-cost airline easyJet said it cancelled five flights to Sharm from Britain on Thursday.

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