SING, SING, SING! NOW YOU CAN AT LCCC

 If you love to sing, Lorain County Community College has performance opportunities for you.  Join the Civic Chorale (for credit or fun), Collegiate Chorale (MUSC111), or take private voice instruction for college credit.   Meet new friends and perform great music including "Hallelujah" from Handel’s Messiah, a major work with the chorus and orchestra, and a Spring Pops Concert that is fun and exciting. 

Improve your solo singing ability by registering for private applied voice instruction with one of our master instructors. Short-term fall sessions begins Sept. 30 and Oct. 21.  Civic Chorale rehearsals begin Monday, Sept. 9 in Stocker Center 140.

For more information, contact Nancy Davis, director of Choral Music Performance, at ndavis@lorainccc.edu or call the LCCC Arts and Humanities division at (440) 366-4013.

SING, SING, SING! NOW YOU CAN AT LCCC

 If you love to sing, Lorain County Community College has performance opportunities for you.  Join the Civic Chorale (for credit or fun), Collegiate Chorale (MUSC111), or take private voice instruction for college credit.   Meet new friends and perform great music including "Hallelujah" from Handel’s Messiah, a major work with the chorus and orchestra, and a Spring Pops Concert that is fun and exciting. 

Improve your solo singing ability by registering for private applied voice instruction with one of our master instructors. Short-term fall sessions begins Sept. 30 and Oct. 21.  Civic Chorale rehearsals begin Monday, Sept. 9 in Stocker Center 140.

For more information, contact Nancy Davis, director of Choral Music Performance, at ndavis@lorainccc.edu or call the LCCC Arts and Humanities division at (440) 366-4013.

SING, SING, SING! NOW YOU CAN AT LCCC

 If you love to sing, Lorain County Community College has performance opportunities for you.  Join the Civic Chorale (for credit or fun), Collegiate Chorale (MUSC111), or take private voice instruction for college credit.   Meet new friends and perform great music including "Hallelujah" from Handel’s Messiah, a major work with the chorus and orchestra, and a Spring Pops Concert that is fun and exciting. 

Improve your solo singing ability by registering for private applied voice instruction with one of our master instructors. Short-term fall sessions begins Sept. 30 and Oct. 21.  Civic Chorale rehearsals begin Monday, Sept. 9 in Stocker Center 140.

For more information, contact Nancy Davis, director of Choral Music Performance, at ndavis@lorainccc.edu or call the LCCC Arts and Humanities division at (440) 366-4013.

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