Sonnenberg Station, a 15-voice men's choral ensemble, has performed in more than 30 different venues to appreciative audiences throughout Ohio, from churches and businesses to universities and concert halls.Their repertoire features beloved classical pieces as well as contemporary tunes and everything in between, including several original arrangements written by the group's director, Tim Shue. This season's performances will include selections that explore the theme of "the wait and the walk," songs that seek a balance between moving forward and standing still. Some pieces focus on being content with waiting while pondering and being introspective, while others represent the walk, which is energizing, inspirational, and entertaining. All are delivered with Sonnenberg Station's own spin on traditional spirituals, familiar folk songs, and, as always, a few lighthearted surprises while representing a variety of cultures, eras, and styles. Join Sonnenberg Station as they share 15 songs about waiting and walking at the beautiful and historic St. Mary's Catholic Church in Massillon on Saturday, March 22 at 7 pm. St. Mary's is a gorgeous Romanesque, Gothic-style church built in 1876. It's the largest church in Massillon, seating nearly 1,000 people, and features stained glass windows from Chartres, France. This is surely an event you won't want to miss--an impressive setting to accompany the beauty of Sonnenberg Station's vocal performance. There is no ticket fee, but an offering will be taken during intermission.