Twin Cities Women’s Choir Winter Concert and Open Rehearsals

The Twin Cities Women’s Choir is performing their winter concert this Saturday.

Twin Cities Women's Choir
February 3rd, 2007
7:30 pm
Central Presbyterian Church

500 Cedar Street, Saint Paul
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$17 in advance, $20 at the door
(students/seniors discounted, children under 12 free)

Our tenth anniversary concert celebrates the spirit of music and community that the Twin Cities Women’s Choir has offered the region for the past decade. You’ll enjoy world music from the traditions of Africa and Native America. You’ll hear us perform traditional Latin and Madrigal music. In our usual style, this concert offers moving choral lyrics that celebrate music, community and the spirit of women. We’ll also throw in contemporary favorites such as Seasons of Love from Rent; Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, When I’m Sixty-Four, and the beautiful You Are the New Day, from the King’s Singers choral series.

I’ll be in the front row, so look for me! I’ll be easy to pick out, as I’m one of the only chips in the cookie, if you know what I mean. So I’m biased, because I’m in the choir. But really, if you like choral stuff, you’ll like the concert.

The TCWC is a non-auditioned choir, so if you go to the concert and think that singing with us might be fun (or even if you don’t go to the concert), join us Wednesday Feb 7 and Wednesday Feb 14 from 7p-9p for open rehearsals. If you can carry a tune, you can join, even if you’ve never sung in a choir before. If you’re not sure what part you sing, we’ll help you figure it out.

Hope to see you!

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