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It was supposed to be our offseason, but we found ourselves with so many great opportunities to perform and socialize, we couldn’t stop!   Totally worth it!

In May, we finished our 2017-2018 season with a great concert at Geist Christian Church, in front of a great crowd.  At that season finale, we were able to raise over $400 for Fishers Youth Assistance Program, which helps provide meals to underprivileged children in Fishers while school is out of session.

June was a great time for us all to recharge our batteries and spend some time with friends and family.  In June, we received an invitation to perform in the city of Fishers’ annual ArtsCrawl, which took place in July.  So, we fired up the rehearsal engines and got together a few times in order to present some of our favorite songs.  We had the opportunity to be part the first performance at Hamilton East Public Library’s new makerspace, IGNITE Studio!  In July, we partnered up with the Fishers Youth Assistance Program again to help distribute groceries to the needy families of our fair city!

And just a few weeks ago, we sang the Star Spangled Banner at Victory Field, in front of an audience of 9000+!

Our next season will kick off Wednesday, August 29 at 7pm with a “Meet & Greet” reception at Ji-Eun Lee Music Academy. On this night, we will serve some light refreshments, chat about our plan for 2018-2019, and maybe practice a song or two. Season 4 rehearsals will begin on Wednesday, September 5 at the same location.  We can’t wait to see you there


Note that rehearsals are shifting to Wednesday evenings this season, to accommodate some outstanding future opportunities for our chorus.  More info coming soon!


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