Savannah Children’s Choir to hold Annual Winter Concert

On Sunday, November 15 at 3 p.m. the Savannah Children’s Choir will hold their annual Winter Concert, titled “How Can I Keep From Singing?” at First Presbyterian Church, 520 Washington Avenue.

Tickets, available at the door, are $10 for adults, and $5 for students.

The choir, under the artistic direction of Roger Moss, is joined this year by associate conductor Timothy Hall along with accompanist Anne Beetem Acker.

This year, the choir features three groups, the Preparatory Choir, the Senior Choir, and the Consort. This newly formed ensemble of the Senior Choir is working on holiday and wedding music, and is available to sing at outside events. All three groups will perform at the Winter Concert.

The choir is Savannah’s only non-profit community choir for children in 2nd through 8th grades.

Members must maintain a “B” average in each school subject to remain in good standing, and free tutoring is provided by community volunteers to any child requesting help.

In addition to weekly musical instruction throughout the year, the choir provides an annual Artist-in-Residence program in the spring, bringing in in top young artists to work with choir members and local school children, and an annual Summer Choral Camp the last two weeks of July.

The camp is open to the public, and serves as the audition into the choir.

For more information, go to , or call (912) 412-2833.

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