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Private Event - Groove Trane Quartet

Corporate Engagement

Laura Ramsey Solo

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Element Brewing Company, 16 Bridge St, Millers Falls, MA

No Cover

This is my new favorite haunt!! Element has Gluten Free beer as well as their own distilled hard alcohols(all Gluten Free) and your not so standard phenomenal non GF beers. This place is seriously cool, especially if your nerdy.

http://elementbeer.com

Huge game room! Really amazing staff who can and would love to answer questions about the awesome beer and really nifty decor.

Express Yourself! Songwriting

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Worcester Public Library, 3 Salem St, Worcester, MA

Part 1 FREE to the public Songwriting workshop sponsored by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Participants will be lead through songwriting exercises by Laura with email access to ask questions/advice before Part 2.

“Spirit of Life”: QVS Celebrates Spring and Summer in Song

Congregational Church, 61 Elm St, Southbridge, MA

A program that includes Russian composer Igor Stravinsky’s beautiful “Ave Maria” and Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven”; Johannes Brahms’s “How lovely is thy dwelling-place” from the German Requiem and Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young’s “Find the cost of freedom”; a Shaker hymn and a medley of Beach Boys tunes. Other composers represented include Leonard Cohen, Felix Mendelssohn, Billy Joel, Leonard Bernstein, Brian Wilson, and J. S. Bach. There will be something for everyone—all sung with the special expressive verve that the chorus is known for. ​

​As always, the chorus invites its audience—both “old faithfuls” and new attendees—to join them for tasty refreshments after the concerts. And there is a further invitation, to anyone who loves to sing and can hold their part: join the Quinebaug Valley Singers! All it takes is showing up at a rehearsal early in the season; the chorus meets every Monday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at St. Anne’s church. Sopranos, altos, tenors, and basses are all welcome, though singers of the lower vocal parts are always in special demand.

​For further information about these concerts, about joining QVS, about becoming a Friend of QVS, about the chorus’s upcoming Christmas CD Brightest and Best, or anything else relating to the chorus, folks are encouraged to email Nym Cooke (nymcooke@gmail.com) or QVS President KT Therrien (Kt2nc@aol.com).

“Spirit of Life”: QVS Celebrates Spring and Summer in Song

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St. Anne's Church in St Joachim Chapel, 16 Church St, Fiskdale, MA

“Spirit of Life”: QVS Celebrates Spring and Summer in Song

​The Quinebaug Valley Singers present their annual pair of Spring concerts on Saturday, June 3rd at 7:30 p.m. in St. Joachim Chapel at St. Anne and St. Patrick Parish in Fiskdale (corner of routes 20 and 148), and on Sunday, June 4th at the Elm Street Congregational Church in the center of Southbridge (61 Elm Street). Both venues are handicap accessible. There is no admission charge, but a freewill offering will be collected at intermission. This popular area chorus draws large audiences, so be sure to arrive early for a seat!

​This time around, the chorus decided that it was time to present a program of all new material. The result is a roster of eighteen choral works none of which has ever been sung by QVS before. Half the pieces are drawn from QVS members’ suggestions of their favorite music, and half are from Music Director Nym Cooke’s favorites.

​The result is probably the most diverse concert the chorus has ever given: a program that includes Russian composer Igor Stravinsky’s beautiful “Ave Maria” and Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven”; Johannes Brahms’s “How lovely is thy dwelling-place” from the German Requiem and Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young’s “Find the cost of freedom”; a Shaker hymn and a medley of Beach Boys tunes. Other composers represented include Leonard Cohen, Felix Mendelssohn, Billy Joel, Leonard Bernstein, Brian Wilson, and J. S. Bach. There will be something for everyone—all sung with the special expressive verve that the chorus is known for. ​

​As always, the chorus invites its audience—both “old faithfuls” and new attendees—to join them for tasty refreshments after the concerts. And there is a further invitation, to anyone who loves to sing and can hold their part: join the Quinebaug Valley Singers! All it takes is showing up at a rehearsal early in the season; the chorus meets every Monday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at St. Anne’s church. Sopranos, altos, tenors, and basses are all welcome, though singers of the lower vocal parts are always in special demand.

​For further information about these concerts, about joining QVS, about becoming a Friend of QVS, about the chorus’s upcoming Christmas CD Brightest and Best, or anything else relating to the chorus, folks are encouraged to email Nym Cooke (nymcooke@gmail.com) or QVS President KT Therrien (Kt2nc@aol.com).