Heartfelt Harmonies Event

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Hosted by The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, the Georgia College Music Department presents Heartfelt Harmonies – an entertaining evening of “feel good” music on Tuesday, February 6 at 7:30 pm at Festival Hall in Greensboro.

Featuring the Georgia College Jazz Band, the Max Noah Singers (a Georgia College traditional choral ensemble), and the Cat’s Meow (a Georgia College a cappella ensemble) proceeds will benefit the Georgia College Music Department, and the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer local outreach ministries.

Tickets are $20. Pay with debit or credit card through secure PayPal link http://bit.ly/2yxsQxV or contact Redeemerfundraiser@gmail.com

Dr. Jennifer Flory will be conducting The Max Noah Singers in a world premiere performance at Carnegie Hall this May. While Dr. Cliff Towner is taking the Jazz Band on a study abroad experience to the Czech Republic in May 2019. The rehearsal process, trip and performance will be transformative experiences of collaborative engaged learning both in and beyond the classroom. These achievements exemplify the strides Georgia College is taking in becoming a preeminent public liberal arts university.
DOCK 103.9 will air interview with Dr. Flory, and Dr. Towner January 22nd through 26th at least twice per day at approximately 9:15 am and 5:15 pm. WDDK will also run it when times are available. We are told that their affiliate stations will run an event PSA from time to time as well. Please help us spread the word.