02 / 15 / 2019
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New England Tenors Spring Concert

For the seventh consecutive year, The New England Tenors and Greater Milford Community Chorus will join forces to present a benefit concert to support the Union Church of Hopedale. 
The New England Tenors (John Middleton-Cox, Damian Corcoran and Stefan Barner) will bring their distinctive unique style and flair to the stage as they perform perennial favorites featuring their varied vocal strengths. The exciting repertoire will include beloved selections from the stages of Broadway to the movie screens of Hollywood; Anything Goes, Pure Imagination, selections from Wicked and Les Miserables, to name a few. The Tenors welcome back the breathtaking vocals of guest soprano Rachele Schmeige, who is always a crowd-pleasing favorite.  Also performing will be pianist Wayne Ward, violinist Peter Stickel and drummer Pat Hanafin. 
The 47-member Greater Milford Community Chorus, led by Dan Zabinski, is a not-for-profit organization run under the umbrella of the Milford Community School Use Program and is supported by the Milford, Hopedale and Mendon Cultural Councils.
The concert will take place at the Union Church in Hopedale and will begin at 2:00 PM.  Doors will open for seating and ticket purchase at 1:30 PM. There will be a reception during intermission where light refreshments will be served.  Tickets are available at the door are $20 for adults and $6.00 for students. 

For more information about the contact Kristi at 508-473-1476.  
For more information about the GMCC, please visit our website:www.greatermilfordcommunitychorus.org


Date/Time: Sunday, March 10, 2019, 2:00 pm
Location: Union Church, UCC
                 25 Dutcher Street
                 Hopedale MA
Tickets:  $20 adults; $6 students


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