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Choral Academy auditions this month

CONCORD — The Choral Academy is now auditioning children and youth (ages 7-22) to participate in three age-based choirs.

If you have children who love to sing and would like to develop their musical talents in a disciplined choir program, call for an audition time. All youth in Cabarrus and surrounding counties are welcome.

Each choir meets weekly through May at Calvary Lutheran Church to study and perform a broad range of choral literature selected with age and vocal capabilities in mind. Singers will have varied singing opportunities. Choirs are directed by Gary Shive and accompanied by Lynnette Novobilski.

Rehearsals for spring semester began Tuesday. New singers will be accepted all this month.

For more information and to set up an audition, call 704-786-7447.

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