The music of one of rock’s most legendary acts resounds as the tribute band In The Light presents an evening of Queen. The eight-piece group is backed by a 25-person choir that includes members of The Rainbow Chorale of Delaware. IN THE LIGHT, will perform two full sets of Queen’s music, giving full tribute to Queen’s rich orchestral-rock sound. The Rainbow Chorale will be prominently featured throughout the show. Song selections include, I Want It All, Who Wants to Live Forever, Killer Queen, The Prophet’s Song, Fat Bottomed Girls, Somebody to Love, and of course, Bohemian Rhapsody plus many more.“To perform Queen, with a full choir, at such a beautiful venue—this is something special not to be missed.”
In The Light was formed by musician Matt Urban for the purpose of presenting a live production of Led Zeppelin’s Physical Graffiti album. A sold-out triumph at Arden Gild Hall and a huge hit at World Café Live in Wilmington, the act featured Joe Trainor on vocals, Scott Lawing and Andy Faver on guitar, Steve Kuzminski on keyboards, and Christian Salcedo on bass. Urban played drums. The original six return along with new additions Jake Hager on guitar and Tom Mucchetti on piano and keyboards.
The Rainbow Chorale, in its 15 season and led by Ellie Armsby, is a non-profit Delaware community chorus that provides members of the lesbian, gay male, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) community and their straight friends and allies with opportunities to perform choral music in a supportive and affirming environment.