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    Third Annual Holiday Concert

    Presented by at Assumption College Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Worcester

    December 5, 2010


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    Third Annual Holiday Concert

    The December 5th performance includes seasonal and sing-along holiday favorites as well as numbers by Benjamin Britten, Antonio Vivaldi, John Rutter, and Harry Wessman.

    The Worcester Children's Chorus, founded in 2008, offers children ages 8 through 18 an opportunity to sing choral music ranging from Classical to Gospel. Four levels of choral participation and direction offer youngsters from throughout Worcester County professional-level instruction in vocal technique, music theory, sight singing, ear training, and presentation as well as exposure to a variety of choral styles. Performances for the 2010-2011 year include a Celtic celebration, a trip to Boston to perform at Boston University, a collaboration with children's choral groups from across the state to benefit CASA, a performance at the Worcester Art Museum, a trip to New York City, and much more! Involvement in this program enhances young people's lives, helping them to develop qualities of self-reliance, personal integrity, responsibility, compassion, and confidence in their abilities.


    Assumption College Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Worcester

    500 Salisbury Street
    Worcester, MA 01609

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    Admission Info:

    $10 Adults
    $5 Seniors and Children 5-12
    Free for Children under 5


    General Day and Time Info:

    3 PM


    Phone: Performances include a Celtic celebration, a trip


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