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September 5, 2013

Come Sing

EXETER - Rockingham Choral Society, under the direction of Andrew Gaydos, is beginning its 57th year of performing choral music in the Seacoast. They are accepting members ages 16 and up, and invite new and returning members to join them.

Rehearsals will begin Tues., September 10, and are held at the Forrestal-Bowld Music Center, Tan Lane, Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter. Rehearsals are from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m., each Tuesday evening.

The Choral Society has a rich tradition of performing a wide variety of music from medieval to modern, Bach to Britten, and theatrical to spiritual. Soloists are chosen from the group. Some of the featured selections for our upcoming concerts are “Born a King” by William Lloyd Weber, “In the Bleak Mid Winter” by Harold Darke and “A Hymn to the Virgin” by Benjamin Britten in celebration of Britten’s 100th anniversary. For more information, visit, or contact Carol Seely at 603 312-0771.

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