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Piedmont Cantabile will perform seasonal concert
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Cantabile spring concert

When: 5 p.m. April 3

Where: Piedmont College, Demorest

Cost: Free

More info: 706-778-3000

 

"The Seasons" is the theme for the upcoming concert by the Piedmont College a capella group, Cantabile.

The free performance will take place at 5 p.m. April 3 in Brooks Hall, downstairs in the chapel, in Demorest.

On the program are songs that make connections to the seasons, such as "Voices of Autumn" by Jackson Hill, which is set to a ninth century Japanese poem and "Their Hearts Were Full of Spring" by Bobby Troup, an American actor, jazz pianist and songwriter.

Cantabile is made up of 10 singers, selected after a rigorous audition process, said the group’s director, Wallace Hinson, chairman of the music department at Piedmont.

This year’s singers are Chris Sudderth of Buford, Luna Dunbar of Demorest, Heather Vaughn of Cumming, Brianna Foley of Sugar Hill, Brett Bellamy of Braselton, Jara Myers, Hinson, John Wright of Gainesville, Sophia Allison of Flowery Branch and Kyle Bellamy of Braselton.

 

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