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Songfest – Pete Seeger and Songs of Conscience with the Worcester Community Chorus

First Unitarian Church, 90 Main Street, Worcester MA

Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Time: 7 – 9p.m.
All ages welcome, free

Tuesday, Sept. 14th, The Worcester Community Chorus will start its fall term with a special evening celebrating of the life and music of Pete Seeger, singing many of his well loved songs such as “If I Had a Hammer,” “Turn, Turn, Turn” and “Where Have All the Flowers Gone” along with many others by Pete Seeger or influenced by him.

A suggested donation of $7 for the evening is requested.

A great opportunity for anyone who loves to sing, the Worcester Community Chorus is open to all singers of any age and level of experience with the desire to sing and willingness to learn with others.  Led by composer, guitarist Jim Scott, the non-audition choir sings many styles of choral music from rounds and chants to classical, jazz, world folk music from many cultures as well as contemporary popular music that celebrates ideals of community, diversity, ecology and peace.

Chorus rehearsals are Tuesdays, from 7-9 PM at the First Unitarian Church, 90 Main St. in Worcester.  The fall term starts Tues. Sep. 14, ’10 and the chorus is welcoming new members. A $50 membership fee contributes to 12 rehearsals and a notebook of choir music.
Leader Jim Scott says “Community/Peace Choirs are making positive change across the country.  I felt we need one in the Central Mass. Community, offering everyone the opportunity to sing for fun, for health and for the future of our world.”  For more about the choir and Jim Scott’s choral music, recordings and concerts visit http://www.JimScottMusic.com <http://www.jimscottmusic.com/>

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