SUFFOLK CENTER COMMUNITY CHORUS

Semester-long

Tuesday evenings 7-8:30pm

Cost: $75 for semester

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2020 FALL  Session

TBD

Instructor: Toni Cotturone

Location: Naismith Room, 2nd floor at SCCA

Ages: Adults 18+

 

Registration required. Space is limited and classes are subject to participation minimums. Register online up to a week prior to a session starting or by calling 757-923-0003.

Class Detail: An adult community chorus embodies the definition of community by being a collection of singers of all voice types and skill levels, coming from various backgrounds and walks of life combining to create a beautiful tapestry of vocal music. This inaugural, non-auditioned chorus will enjoy rehearsing and performing various styles of music including classical, contemporary, Broadway, both accompanied and a cappella. It will be a common goal of the organization to create performances not only for the enjoyment of the audience, but also for the personal enrichment of each individual singer. We will have opportunities to share this common love of singing with the community in which we thrive.

SUFFOLK CENTER COMMUNITY CHORUS

THE VIRGINIA PEANUT STORY: PEANUT DOCUMENTARY SCREENING

Wednesday
May 15, 2019
7:30pm

Location:
Birdsong Theater

Ticket Prices:
FREE and open to the public

After six years of interviews and filming , The Virginia Peanut Story is ready for screening. Producer Amy Drewry has worked with Western Tidewater Virginia Heritage, Inc. a nonprofit made up of historians, farmers, and others from Isle of Wight, Southampton, Surry, Sussex Counties and the City of Suffolk. The 57 minute documentary has been made for airing on public television. It was produced with support from Virginia Humanities and other local and regional foundations, businesses and individuals.

THE VIRGINIA PEANUT STORY: PEANUT DOCUMENTARY SCREENING

SUFFOLK CENTER CHILDREN’S CHORUS – “A NIGHT ON BROADWAY: A-Z”

Thursday
May 9, 2019
6:30pm

Location:
Birdsong Theater

Ticket Prices:
FREE and open to the public

The Suffolk Center Children’s Chorus will present their Spring performance “A Night on Broadway A-Z” on May 9, 2019. Hear songs from a variety of different Broadway musicals from the classics, Sound of Music, Oklahoma, and Mary Poppins, to more modern musicals such as, Dear Evan Hansen and Into the Woods. Don’t miss this fun-filled event! You’ll be smiling from ear-to-ear. Light refreshments to follow the concert.

SUFFOLK CENTER CHILDREN’S CHORUS – “A NIGHT ON BROADWAY: A-Z”

THE NEXT GENERATION LEAHY

Ticket Prices: $25 – $30 for Reserved Seating

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It is this drive to create music that has led the Leahy children to achieve so much, even at their young ages. Still all in elementary school, they are all accomplished multi-instrumentalists and released their first self-titled CD in December 2015.

Live performances are filled with the high-energy, infectious Celtic-based music people associate with the Leahy heritage. Fiddle, cello, French accordion, vocals, piano, and French-Canadian step-dancing all find a voice on stage. The Leahy children, so in love with what they do, enamor audiences and keep them constantly coming back for more.

THE NEXT GENERATION LEAHY

SUFFOLK CENTER CHILDREN’S CHORUS

Semester-long

Tuesday evenings

Chorus 1: 5:00pm – 6:00pm

Chorus 2: 5:30pm-6:30pm

Cost: $75 for semester

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2020-21 Spring Session

Starting in January 2021

Instructor: Gavin Harper

Location: Naismith Room, 2nd floor at SCCA

Ages: Children ages 7-17

 

Registration required. Space is limited and classes are subject to participation minimums. Register online up to a week prior to a session starting or by calling 757-923-0003.

Class Detail: Children from the ages of seven to seventeen will have the opportunity to use their voices to create beautiful, harmonious music. Allow your student to be a part of an ensemble that will challenge them as well as grow them as people and as lovers of music. The children will learn to work with others, identifying different pitches, learning how to read music, as well as learning proper vocal techniques. The director, Gavin Harper, comes with a background in working with children’s choirs to University and adult choirs. This chorus will perform out at venues in the community as well as at the Suffolk Center. Join us as we begin to create music and spark the artistic side of the next generation.

Please note the two different rehearsal times:

Chorus 1: 5:00-6:00pm

Chorus 2: 5:30-6:30pm

SUFFOLK CENTER CHILDREN’S CHORUS