Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church Hosts Youth Concert On April 23

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church presents Joining Our Voices, a concert by the combined choirs of SMPC Youth Choir under the direction of Beth DuRoy, First Presbyterian Church Youth Choir under the direction of Kelly Stultz and Aubrey Joynt, and the Covenant College Choirs under the direction of Scott Finch and Kara Funke, on Sunday, April 23, at 6 p.m. in the sanctuary.

The concert will be a culmination of a day-long choral workshop with Dr. Scott Finch, and will include a variety of music including spirituals, hymn arrangements, folk arrangements and more.

The concert also features student accompanists on both piano and organ.

This exciting concert of over 80 young voices is free and childcare is provided. Signal Mountain Presbyterian is at 612 James Blvd, Signal Mountain, Tn. For more information about the concert, please visit www.signalpres.org or call 423 886-2190. 


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