Artists Take the Stage – CCHS Chamber Choir to Sing Sunday at Barns

Photo credit Pam Lettie

A variety of artistic media will be showcased this Sunday, April 1, at Barns of Rose Hill. A talent pool of over 50 local performers and artists will be represented. The highly-acclaimed Clarke County High School Chamber Choir will be the headlining act, performing a dozen songs. Admission to the concert is $15.

A silent auction precedes the concert and features the donated works of many local artists. Proceeds from both fundraisers go toward the choir’s four-day trip to The National Festival of the States in New York City. The festival features performing groups from each of the 50 states selected on the basis of recommendation from state and national music educators, governors, senators, congressional representatives and/or by audition.

Photo credit Pam Lettie

The doors open at 3 p.m. for concert attendees to bid on auction items. The concert begins at 4 p.m. The public can also preview and bid on silent auction items beginning March 29 during the hours the Barns are open. Bidding will end 30 minutes after the end of Sunday’s concert. Bidders need not be present to win.

Artists who have donated works include Shara Abel, Trish Alizade, Joyce Badanes, Gale Bowman-Harlow, Christy Dunkle, Cathy Gleason, Anne Guérin-Williams, Liam Harrison, Russ Harrison, Sue Hickman, Gina Peacock, Lillian Ledford, Pam Lettie, Heather Mansfield and Pam Singer.

Photo credit Diane Harrison

Other auction items include a photograph of the choir signed by all members, a Barns of Rose Hill gift certificate and a Historic Rosemont Manor gift certificate. CCHS Chamber Choir CDs are also available for sale at the Barns.

Questions can be directed to Dr. Keebaugh at keebaughr@clarke.k12.va.us. Donations can be sent to CCHS c/o Ryan Keebaugh, 240 Westwood Rd., Berryville, VA 22611. Checks should be made payable to CCHS Chamber Choir.

The choir thanks all of its supporters. CCHS Chamber Choir Sponsors include Rappahannock Electric, Loudoun Pediatric Associates, Shenandoah Controls, Green Acres Lawn Care, REMAX Roots and Wings, Masters and Webb, Webb Business Center, Shenandoah Beauty Academy, Celtic Shipping, Champion Iron, Shockey Companies and Breze Power.

 

Photo credit Diane Harrison

 

Photo credit Diane Harrison

 

Photo credit Diane Harrison

Comments

  1. Right Winger says:

    We never did get to hear who won the golf ball drop.

    • Wendy K. says:

      Not me unfortunately! 🙂 But I’ll check with Dr. Keebaugh and see if he thinks it’s OK to post the winners’ names. He may want to get their permission first. I’m not sure.

  2. Right Winger says:

    Nor interested in the winners being named, just wanted to hear how much these fantastic kids were able to raise.

    • Just wanted to clarify the comment above in case people weren’t following the thread: the amount referenced here was made from the golf ball drop.