Plateau Women’s Chorus will present a free choir clinic from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 26 at the Crossville First United Methodist Church at 100 Braun St.
All singers and conductors are invited to participate and observe with Susan Kelly, Director of Choral Music at Stewarts Creek High School, Smyrna, TN, working with the Plateau Women’s Chorus.
Areas to cover include warm-ups for optimal singing, diction, vocal health, breathing, and phrasing.
No registration necessary. Contact Dana Beal, Plateau Women’s Chorus Director at 305-393-2278 or email@example.com for more information.
The free choir clinic is made possible by the Tennessee Arts Commission.
Plateau Women’s Chorus will open its spring concert, “Homeward Bound: Songs on the Journey,” at noon on Wednesday, March 30, at the Art Circle Public Library.
The following performances will be on Sunday, April 3 at Crossville First United Methodist Church; and Sunday, April 10 at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Fairfield Glade. Both performances will start at 3 p.m.
The free performances will feature guest vocalist Kevin Salter, dancers from Ms. Cam’s Studio and the Plateau Ringers Handbell Choir.
Contact Beal or visit pmlateauwomenschorus.org for more information.