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Help say goodbye to Nick Page on Dec. 8

Arlyn Roffman, who provides publicity for the Arlington-based Mystic Chorale does not want you to miss Nick Page's final concert. She tells you why.

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Mystic Chorale bids adieu to founder Nick Page in "The Heart Dances, the Soul Sings," set for Dec. 8 in Lexington.

In his last season before moving to St. Louis, Page leads 150 singers in a concert packed with emotional punch that will lift the spirits of singers and audience alike.

The program ranges from rousing gospel, South African and Israeli songs to a new Page piece, "HaLev Roked" (The Heart Dances).

The performance ends with Nick’s anthem, "A Promise I Will Keep, Every Day is a Day of Thanksgiving" (with Mystic alumni) and a heartfelt farewell song for Nick.

Watch Nick's farewell video here >>

If you’ve experienced a Mystic Chorale concert before, be sure to come back for this one; if you’re new, this is the season to experience the magic!

Thursday, Dec. 8, at 7:30 p.m.
Cary Hall, 1605 Mass. Ave., Lexington

Tickets: $25 (live); $15 (livestream)

For information, Covid precautions, and tickets, see

This pitch was published Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022.

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