Local chorus offers free voice lessons
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Join the fun and get free voice lessons – Tuesday Nights in Schaumburg with the Spring Valley women's a cappella chorus.
The chorus is hosting an open house to all interested women singers throughout the month of January with no long term obligations.
The open house is part of Sweet Adelines International Global membership campaign. The Spring Valley Chorus is a chapter of Sweet Adelines International which is a global organization of women singers with over 23,000 members around the world.
The Spring Valley Chorus is a group of 30 talented women from all walks of life who enjoy singing and performing.
The chorus rehearses on Tuesday from 7:30PM – 10:00PM at the Barn of Schaumburg, 231 Civic Drive Schaumburg.
Each chorus rehearsal includes a voice lesson in addition to working on a variety of songs and choreography. If you love to sing, come visit and see what the group is all about. Barbershop music is a uniquely American art form and the Spring Valley Chorus seeks to preserve and promote this unique form of entertainment
The chorus is currently preparing for Singing Valentines in February and a Show on March 9th at the Prairie Center for the Arts Schaumburg.
For more information contact Pam at 847-715-8638 or visit www.springvalleychorus.org.
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