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Honors Youth Choir of Chorus North Shore Spring concert “Songs of Love and Friendship” at Shalin Liu – Friday May 2

The Honors Youth Choir will   perform songs of love and friendship including selections from early opera, sentimental favorites, revolutionary war songs, humorous songs and even a little doo-wop.  The concert will be a walk down memory lane with songs that cover the gamut of love and friendship.

Sunny says the youth have been working very hard to prepare for this concert and are looking forward to presenting an evening of fun, sentiment and beauty.

Youth in the Concert: 
Rockport:  Emily Dailey,  Sarah Palmer,  Sophie Shwartzer,  Katrina Tuck
Gloucester:  Lucas Brisbois,  Lucia DiMeo,  Olivia Francis,  Moriah Murphy-Thornley,  Shannon Murphy-Thornley,  Kayla Saltonstall,  Isabel White,  Silas White,  Rachel Wolfe
Essex:  Anna Newkill
Manchester:  Naomi Franklin,  Madelaine Potter,  Sarah Potter,  Tori Potter
Ipswich:  Taeko Abuza,  Bailey Amazeen,  Regan Amazeen,  Elsa Anderson,  Marina Beauvois,  Elijah Bergner,  Isaac Bergner,  Nicole Brouillette,  Daniel Buletza,              Teaghan Duff,  Maggie Gould,  Myles Kercher,  Rachel McCatty,  Fiona O’Connell,  Erica Prisby
Wenham:  Shayne Bower
Boxford:  Emma Vitale
South Hamilton:  Ellie Greer
Rowley:  Emily Beckingham,  Alice Thornton
Georgetown:  Grace McGrail,  Laura Tarr
Newburyport:  Isabelle Bacon,  Anna Moreland
North Andover:  Breanna McCarragher
Marblehead:  Iryna Polunia

 

Café Shalom Coffeehouse Spring Concert on May 4th

Cafe Shalom

Sunday, May 4th at 7 pm (Doors open at 6:45 pm)
Tickests $10/per person at the door

With Julie Dougherty, Bob Kramer, and special guests Gay Shelton and Al Foucault

Café Shalom Coffeehouse, Temple Ahavat Achim, 86 Middle St., Gloucester, presents a special coffeehouse performance from well-known Salem recording artist, Julie Dougherty, Sunday evening, May 4.  Julie has been performing regularly in the Boston area and beyond for many years, since the 1970’s playing her style of folk and country rock covers and originals.

Opening for Julie is the local recording artist group the Bob Kramer Trio playing a mix ranging from Delta and Piedmont blues to classic traditional songs along with their own tasty originals.  The Bob Kramer Trio performs at festivals and clubs throughout the Boston area.

Doors open at 6:45 PM and the music starts at 7:00 PM.  Make your own $2 ice-cream sundaes, as well as other refreshments for sale.   Bring your family and friends! Everyone is welcome!

Questions about the event can be directed to Natalia at TAA, 978-281-0739