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Keystone State Boychoir and Pennsylvania Girlchoir Holiday Concert on the Square Sunday, December 16

Location: Pennsylvania, USA
Choir type: Children's and Youth Choirs
Voicing: Mixed
The many young voices of the Keystone State Boychoir (KSB) and Pennsylvania Girlchoir (PG) will be raised in song for the annual Holiday Concert on the Square, Sunday, December 16, 2012. The performance, led by KSB Music Director Steven M. Fisher and PG Music Director Vincent Metallo, will be at 5:00 pm at the Church of the Holy Trinity, Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia. General admission tickets can be purchased online at CommonwealthYouthchoirs.org.
 
The concert promises wonderful music, beautifully performed. Especially in evidence will be the collaboration between the younger and older choir members, and the fun, challenge and motivation the young singers bring to each performance. Each of the choirs will be performing challenging pieces from their repertoire, as well pieces with the choirs combining in song.
 
Please contact Melinda Gervasio via email at mgervasio@cychoirs.org or call 215.849.1762 with any questions.
 
Pennsylvania Girlchoir and Keystone State Boychoir are member choirs of Commonwealth Youthchoirs, with a total of over 300 singers, young men and women between the ages of seven and 18 representing five counties in the greater Philadelphia region. The choirs' rehearsal homes are located in the northwest section of Philadelphia. The choirs have performed hundreds of concerts, enchanting audiences with their joyful music-making and polished sound. They continue to serve as musical ambassadors for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, both at home and internationally. Information on Commonwealth Youthchoirs can be found at CommonwealthYouthchoirs.org.
 
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