Youth Choir to per­form se­lec­tion from ‘Broad­way and Beyond’

Record Observer - - ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT -

CH­ESTER­TOWN — The Chester River Youth Choir will be tip­ping their hat to Broad­way at 7:30 p.m. May 12, with a con­cert at the Garfield Cen­ter for the Arts.

Un­der the di­rec­tion Julie Lawrence, and ac­com­pa­nied on pi­ano by Michelle Sensenig and Heidi But­ler, the group will per­form classic songs from the Great White Way that in­clude “On Broad­way,” “Alexan­der’s Rag­time Band,” “Re­gards to Broad­way,” “Sin­gin’ In The Rain” and “Lul­laby of Broad­way.”

While the con­cert is free of charge, do­na­tions to the Chester River Youth Choir are en­cour­aged.

Vi­o­list Caitlin Pat­ton-Rosen­berg will be join­ing the choir for their ren­di­tion of “Shenan­doah,” and the Ch­ester­town Ukulele Club will ac­com­pany “Over the Rain­bow.”

Now in its fourth year, the Chester River Youth Choir is open to tre­blevoice singers ages 7 to 17, and meets Mon­days 4:15 to 5:45 p.m. at the Garfield Cen­ter for the Arts.

No au­di­tions re­quired. For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact youth­choir@garfield­cen­ter.org

The Chester River Youth Choir is sup­ported by the Kent County Arts Coun­cil, the Garfield Cen­ter for the Arts and the Chester River Cho­rale.

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