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BROADWAY MUSIC

WINTER Online registration for children in grades 4 - 5
 

Calling all boys and girls in Grades 4 - 5 that love to SING! Join us online this winter with instructor Michelle Gehrz.  Children will develop their singing voices and musical skills while exploring Broadway Music with a wide variety of shows including Frozen, Lion King and more!   At-home online practice resources will be provided. All are welcome. No audition is necessary. Space is limited to 20 singers. Click HERE to learn about Mrs. Gehrz

AGE

Children currently in grades 4 - 5.

 

DATES

Thursdays, January 21 - March, 25, 2021 (10 weeks)

 

TIME

4:45pm - 5:45pm  (60 minutes)

SPECIAL GUEST visit from -

Thurs. Feb. 11 - NYC star and actress Patti Murin who played the original Anna in Frozen on Broadway. More about Patti click HERE

Thurs. Mar. 4 - NYC start and actor Stephen Carlile who plays Scar in the The Lion King on Broadway. More about Stephen click HERE

 

COST

$225.00

TECHNOLOGY REQUIRED

Access to the internet. Zoom meeting platform.

 

REGISTER HERE:

https://forms.gle/GnLG6R1zMwzkhUHy6

PAYMENT

PLEASE SEND PAYMENT of $225 to secure your spot, payable to:

Angelica Cantanti Youth Choirs, 1800 West Old Shakopee Road, Bloomington, MN 55431

 

VENMO @AngelicaCantanti (4568)

OR by Paypal by clicking here: https://www.angelicacantanti.org/payment

 

No refunds. Payment must be received in full by the first class session. Class is limited to 20 singers.


Email: angelicamanager@gmail.com    Office: 952-563-8572

Angelica Cantanti Youth Choirs

1800 W. Old Shakopee Road

Bloomington, MN  55431

(952) 563-8572

Email: angelicayouthchoirs@gmail.com

"We are friends forever when we sing together, the whole world is better when we sing."

                                                                                                        -Wallace Hornady

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This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.