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Choral Union Schedule
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Date/Time
Saturday, April 26th 2014 - 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Location
UCC

The Music Department at Mount Marty College is pleased to announce the first full season of the Mount Marty Choral Union. The Choral Union is looking for new singers, 9th grade and older – all are welcome to come and sing.

In the spring the Choral Union will then participate in a fundraiser for the Mount Marty College Music Department, with a portion of the proceeds going towards the final concert of the season. This will be an evening of musical theater medleys, solos, food, and fellowship.

The season will come to an end with Haydn’s “Creation,” on Saturday, April 26, 2014 performed by the orchestra, soloist, and the combined voices of the Choral Union and the MMC Mixed Choir. This is a concert not to be missed.

Please contact Dr. Kenneth Tice, Chair of the Music Department and Director of Choral Activities, at kenneth.tice@mtmc.edu  or 605-665-1539 if you have any questions or would like to join the Choral Union.

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