I know that there are many adults who enjoy singing. Many of these are not ones to act and dance, but love the act of bringing music to the audience. Many communities in the Chicago area have ensembles and choruses that are designed to give those singers the opportunity to be part of a group that brings enjoyment and entertainment to those who attend their concerts and shows, while at the same time, allowing the performer an opportunity to meet new people and express themselves in an art form they truly enjoy.
One of these organizations is The Buffalo Grove Singers. They have been around for many years and have been featured on television shows as well as in the press. They are known for their wonderful music, but also, they have been very active in philanthropic projects that allow deserving youngsters the opportunity to be a part of the arts. In fact, to honor one of their own, an old friend of mine, Lawrence Berkowitz, they have formed The Lawrence Berkowitz Foundation. I know that in addition to seeking new talent for their chorus, they would love to have donations so that more youngsters can benefit from this organization.
Tuesday, January 19th
Time: 7-9 p.m.
location: Buffalo Grove Community Center 225 McHenry Road, Buffalo Grove
To join the “chorus that cares” and schedule YOUR audition call Lindsay Grandt at 847-850-2132