PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA

Prospecting

Sac chorus sings of New York

By From page B14 | October 18, 2013

Experience the lights, glamour and excitement of New York City with the award-winning Sacramento Valley Chorus. Inspired by its whirlwind trip to New York City in May and a once in a lifetime performance at Carnegie Hall, Sacramento Valley Chorus, under the direction of Master Director Lynne Erickson, presents “A New York State of Mind.”

Audiences can enjoy the fantastic music at any one of three performances: Saturday, Oct. 19 at 7  p.m. at Richard Brunell Performance Hall, 315 W 14th St. in Davis; Saturday, Oct. 26 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Sheldon High School Performing Art Center, 8333 Kingsbridge Drive in Sacramento.

The 2013 championship quartet, Flipside, will be featured at the Sacramento shows, and the former championship quartet, PDQ, will be featured at the Davis show. The shows will also include Vibrance, Moment-Oh, Whatever 4 quartets and the Blue Divas.

Tickets are available from chorus members or purchase tickets online at sacvalleychorus.eventbrite.com/.

Sacramento Valley Chorus, a Chapter of Sweet Adelines International, is a diverse group of women who love to sing four part, a cappella harmony while pursuing musical excellence and providing performance and educational opportunities to our members and the community.

While performing in the Regional Competition in April, the chorus scored 610 points awarding Erickson the prestigious master director status and each singer earned the title of master singer.

To attend a rehearsal, check the Website at sacramentovalleychorus.com for day and time.

Sacramento Valley Chorus

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