Gillian Britt (207) 775-2126
Portland’s Choral Art Society holds Summer Sing Workshop
PORTLAND, Maine – The Choral Art Society (CAS) will hold a sing-along and singers’ skills workshop for local aspiring vocalists on Monday, June 25, 2012 at Catherine McAuley High School Auditorium. Led by CAS Music Director Robert Russell along with singer and voice instructor Kathleen Grammer, the workshop begins at 7 pm, and is followed at 7:30 pm by the sing-along, where participants will sing Mozart’s Coronation Mass and Orff’s Carmina Burana. Admission to the workshop and sing-along is $5; students are free.
This is the first year for a program of this type for CAS. Several seasoned chorus members and pianist Dan Moore will also be on hand for the workshop.
Catherine McAuley High School is located at 631 Stevens Avenue in Portland.
The Summer Sing Workshop is sponsored by the Retina Center at Associated Eyecare, which has locations in Sanford, Kennebunk, and Waterboro.
For more information about the sing-along and CAS, visit their website, www.choralart.org or e-mail: email@example.com.
About The Choral Art Society:
The Society has more than 150 members who perform in three distinct ensembles: the symphonic Masterworks Chorus, the mid-sized Choral Art Singers, and the intimate a cappella Camerata. All singers are skilled amateurs, selected by audition. The Society offers an annual concert series and appears regularly as guests of the Portland Symphony Orchestra. Robert Russell, professor of music at the University of Southern Maine, is the conductor and artistic director of The Choral Art Society.
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