The third Triangle Harmony Explosion, Martin Middle School, Saturday, October 13, was another succes. After a day full of training student performed on the evening show accompanied by members of General Assembly Chorus and Heart of Carolina a Cappella chorus under the direction of Dr Bill Adams. The chourses and the teaching quartet, Midtown also performed.
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[from the HOT SHEET] Twenty-three men in blue took to the risers Monday [9/17] night as the General Assembly Chorus performed for an appreciative audience at Searstone Retirement Community.
Under the direction of Larry Triplett, the chorus opened the set with No, No, Nora from the spring repertoire, followed by the Irving Berlin classic Cheek to Cheek and the Randy Newman tune, I Will Go Sailing No More.
Never Home 4 quartet followed with Chances Are and Zippity-Doo-Dah where, once again, thanks to Bill Andrusic, Mr. Bluebird disappeared in a cloud of feathers.
The Heart of Carolina Chorus benefit concert for No Strings Attached was a huge success. No Strings Attached, a youth quartet with members ranging in age from 15-17, is our district's youth champions, and they qualified to compete on the International stage in Nashville, Tennessee this summer. See their competition set at www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jsq5ukIbHc. We wish them success at Nashville this summer.
View the General Assembly Chorus performance below.
Due to a scheduling problem our sing out was cancelled. We may reschedule. Catch us at our Holiday Show, Wednesday eveing on December 9.
We were going to sing the National Anthem before the UNC Women's Basketball game Sunday, November 22, at the Carmichael Arena in Chapel Hill.
Last weekend the General Assembly Chorus completed a triple play. Saturday 16 members sang the National Anthem at the Mudcats game. Sunday morning 21 members sang at the Hillyer Memorial Church service. Monday evening the chorus performed patriotic songs for residents of the Springmoor Retirement Community.
Our Valentines show at Springmoor was cancelled due to weather. It was rescheduled for April 6. The chorus and chapter quartets performed love songs for the residents of the Springmoor Retirement Community in Cary NC. Several of our members also sing in the Carolina Vocal Express also known as CVE. Here an esemble of CVE members sings Love Me.