The Quad-City Music Guild Youth Chorus will perform their spring concert Saturday, May 22nd, at 2:00pm at the Music Guild Theater.

Painting Parties, Cake At RIBCO, Spicy Comedy And More In This Week's FUN10!Under the direction of Valeree Pieper, Moline and accompanied by Randin Letendre, also of Moline, the Youth Chorus will present a program entitled Songs of the (QCMG) Season, which features selections from some of Music Guild’s past productions, such as Singin’ in the Rain and Oliver as well as the upcoming summer productions of Monty Python’s Spamalot, Mamma Mia and Matilda. The songs include Singin’ In the Rain, Consider Yourself, Comedy Tonight, Take a Chance on Me, and Anything You Can Do I Can Do.

Quad-City Music Guild is pleased to continue the youth chorus concert series and adding the programs to its regular schedule of events at the theater.  The chorus was created with the goal of bringing new young people and their families into Quad City Music Guild.  With the chorus in place, the Guild is providing an opportunity for the youth to become familiar with Broadway style music, learn about our theater, and provide an opportunity to perform in front of a live audience.

It is our hope those involved will see Music Guild as an avenue to assist in the development of their talents, learn to sing within a quality vocal group, and provide an experience that is both rewarding and demonstrates the benefits of participating as a volunteer within their community.

Tickets for the concert are $10 for adults and $5 for children, 12 and under, and may be reserved on-line at qcmusicguild.com, by calling the QCMG Box Office at 309-762-6610 and at the door the day of the concert.

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Quad City Music Guild Youth Chorus Singing Into Moline Saturday
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