May 19 at 4 p.m.
20th Annual Spring Concert
Trinity United Methodist Church, 284 Cedar Road, Mullica Hill, NJ
With Very Special Guests….
Denis DiBlasio is a baritone saxophone and flute artist. He directs the jazz program at Rowan University. He is also the Executive Director of The Maynard Ferguson Institute of Jazz at Rowan.
Brian Betz is a guitarist, composer, and educator who currently gives concerts, clinics and master classes at various Jazz Festivals throughout the USA.
The Gloucester County Children’s Choir will participate in the Marian Anderson Music Guild’s “Splendid Evening” fundraiser on Saturday, March 2, at the Trinity Presbyterian church, 499 Marlton Pike, East, in Cherry Hill at 4 p.m.
The Guild “Splendid Evening” is an evening of fun highlighted with show tunes, classical, gospel, contemporary, jazz, dance and theater. According to the Guild: “These mosaics of music and theater arts are designed to entertain audiences of all ages. “ Proceeds from this event support the Marian Anderson Music Guild’s Scholarship Program
Auditions now every Wednesay in January
The Gloucester County Children’s Choir welcomes children ages 9-16 to audition for its award-winning choral music education and performance program. Auditions for membership in GCCC choir for the 2012/2013 season will take place on January 9, 16 , 23 and 30 in the Saint James Lutheran Church, in Pitman. To schedule an audition, please call the Director at 856-589-5149.
The Gloucester County Children’s Choir welcomes children ages 9-16 to audition for its award-winning choral music education and performance program. Auditions for membership in GCCC choir for the 2012/2013 season will take place on January 2, 9 and 16 in the Saint James Lutheran Church, in Pitman. To schedule an audition, please call the Director at 856-589-5149.
Gloucester County Times story about the choir’s December 16 concert honoring GCCC co-founder Donald W T Cary.
Concert dedicated to late co-founder Donald Cary
PITMAN – The Gloucester County Children’s Choir will hold its 20th Annual Winter Concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, December 16th, in Pitman United Methodist Church, Lambs Road and Broadway, in Pitman, NJ 08071 . The concert will feature selections that reflect the “Sounds of the Seasons” including holiday sacred and traditional Christmas songs and carols and a special presentation honoring the life of choir co-founder Mr. Donald Carywho died in July.
Admission to the concert is free and refreshments will be served following afterward. Sign language interpretation will be provided.
For more information call 856-589-5149 or 856-589-0462 or visit the choir website atwww.gloucestercountychildrenschoir.com.
The choir is directed by Sylvia Richardson, of Pitman, who co-founded the choir 20 years ago with the late Donald Cary, who lived in West Deptford. Lauren Canna, of Pitman, is the assistant director and Dave Anderson of Pittsgrove Township is the accompanist.
Funding for the Gloucester County Children’s Choir is made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts from a grant to the Gloucester County Cultural & Heritage Commission at Gloucester County Community College.