Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Braden River High School chorus working hard to get ready for that performance at Lincoln Center

Braden River High chorus members, from left, include Danielle Sacchi, Mackenzie Meola, Taylor Garganta and Erin Donnelly. (provided photo)

In case you haven't heard, Braden River High School students hope to be singing in New York City next year.

The 37-member River Rhapsody Chorus has been invited to take part in a performance of John Rutter's "Requiem" at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York City on May 27.

Braden River choir members are hard on work, raising money for the trip. For instance, the  Rhapsody Chorus is going to sing to residents at The Windsor of Lakewood Ranch on Saturday, Nov. 3.

For more about the trip, read Richard Dymond's story below:

Here's something you can do: order a meal at Pei Wei, 8511 Cooper Creek Blvd., located near Interstate 75 and University Parkway, on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Eat in or take out food will be available all day.

Just mention BRHS and they will give you a flier or you can print the one below. A portion of the proceeds will help the chorus make their way to the Big Apple.

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