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We don't like to toot our own horn, but we do want to keep you up to date with what is happening with the chorus.
The Chorus of the Atlantic presents its annual Spring Show, “Harmony Road,” on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 2:00 PM at the Ocean Township High School auditorium. This year’s Spring program celebrates a cappella singing with special musical guests, “Madhattan” quartet.
Also featured in the performance will be the Red Bank Chapter’s Matinee Idles, the afternoon chorus of retired gentlemen. The Matinee Idles meet during the afternoon for rehearsals and performances.
Admission is $18, $15 for seniors, and free for those under 16. There is a $3 discount for those that call and tell us you’re coming. Call and leave a message at 732-784-7343. The Ocean Township High School is at 550 West Park Avenue, Oakhurst NJ. (3 miles south of the Monmouth Mall.)
UPDATE: Ready Set Sing classes have been postponed one week. We will begin March 23rd
photo: Craig Page, musical director of the Chorus of the Atlantic, will lead a 5-week series of free singing lessons for men at Red Bank Middle School beginning March 19, 2019.
RED BANK - For men who like to sing in the shower or the car, or have sung in a school chorus, a community theater musical or a church choir; the Chorus of the Atlantic are ready to teach you how that love for singing can be turned into a great hobby.
"Give us five Tuesday evenings," said the group's musical director, Craig Page, "and we'll give you the skills you need to experience all the fun of solo or group singing."
READY SET SING
The course, called "Ready, Set, Sing!" is taught by Page.
Both beginning and experienced singers are welcome; and all learning materials are free. Advance registration is recommended.
The class size is limited to 10 people.
The men enjoyed our annual stroll through the streets of Red Bank on Saturday, December 1st. The chorus sang Christmas Carols and other Holiday tunes under the direction of Craig J. Page for the shoppers in the Red Bank RiverCenter Business District. The men moved from one street corner to another to sing a few songs before moving to a new location. The men crowded in to the small space at Sugarush to perform for the workers there.