Spring Sing 2013

Press Release

Posted: April 17, 2013

LCCC’S 34TH ANNUAL SPRING SING ON SATURDAY, MAY 4

Lorain County Community College's Collegiate Chorale, Vocal Jazz Singers, and Civic Chorale will present the 34th Annual Spring Sing ‘13 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, May 4, in the Stocker Arts Center. The performance will be conducted by Nancy Davis, LCCC's director of Choral Music Performance. 

The program will feature favorites from Broadway musicals including a medley from LES MISERABLES, “Memory” from CATS, and “One” from “A Chorus Line.” Other familiar tunes include, “I’ve Got the World on a String,” “On the Sunny Side of the Street,” “What a Wonderful World,” “If I Fell,” and “Happy Together.” This year’s concert will also feature LCCC music majors and alumni in a student talent showcase.

General admission tickets are $8. Discounts are available for senior citizens and groups.  For tickets and information call the Stocker Center box office at 440-366-4040 or visit http://www.stockerartscenter.com/.

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