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Pulaski Theatre-Easter Cantata

Local singers are being sought to put their talent to use in support of the Pulaski Theatre.
A volunteer choir of up to 100 singers is being organized to perform an Easter cantata, "Then Came the Morning," during an Easter program of music and worship at the Pulaski Theatre on Saturday, April 11 at 7 p.m..
Funds raised in connection with this event will be donated to the Friends of the Pulaski Theatre, to aid the group in their mission of purchasing a permanent sound system for the theatre.
The first practice for the volunteer choir will be held tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Cambria Baptist Church, which is located at 1310 Cambria Street in Christiansburg. Practices will be held every Sunday from now until April 5.
Thomas DeBusk, a member of Cambria Baptist Church, was inspired to organize this Easter cantata and volunteer choir after attending a concert featuring two of his fellow church members, Olen and Frances Gardner, at the Pulaski Theatre in December.
DeBusk said he thought the theatre had great acoustics and was just a nice venue overall, so he wanted to help out in ensuring that the theatre is able to continue hosting musical events.
He said the two goals of this event will be not only to "raise funds for a permanent sound system for the Pulaski Theatre," but also to "proclaim the Easter message in a way that promotes community worship."
Along with the Easter cantata performed by the volunteer choir, this event will feature performances by soloists and the Memorial Baptist Church Handbell Choir of Pulaski.
DeBusk said those interested in participating in the choir should simply come to the scheduled practices, and noted that singers are encouraged to attend at least three practices.
He also said that singers will be provided with practice CDs that contain the complete cantata with each voice part so that singers can rehearse on their own.
For more information about the volunteer choir or the Easter event, contact DeBusk at tleed@nasx.net, Wayne Booth at wbooth2003@yahoo.com, or call Cambria Baptist Church at 382-2490.

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Pulaski Theatre-Easter Cantata

Local singers are being sought to put their talent to use in support of the Pulaski Theatre.
A volunteer choir of up to 100 singers is being organized to perform an Easter cantata, "Then Came the Morning," during an Easter program of music and worship at the Pulaski Theatre on Saturday, April 11 at 7 p.m..
Funds raised in connection with this event will be donated to the Friends of the Pulaski Theatre, to aid the group in their mission of purchasing a permanent sound system for the theatre.
The first practice for the volunteer choir will be held tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Cambria Baptist Church, which is located at 1310 Cambria Street in Christiansburg. Practices will be held every Sunday from now until April 5.
Thomas DeBusk, a member of Cambria Baptist Church, was inspired to organize this Easter cantata and volunteer choir after attending a concert featuring two of his fellow church members, Olen and Frances Gardner, at the Pulaski Theatre in December.
DeBusk said he thought the theatre had great acoustics and was just a nice venue overall, so he wanted to help out in ensuring that the theatre is able to continue hosting musical events.
He said the two goals of this event will be not only to "raise funds for a permanent sound system for the Pulaski Theatre," but also to "proclaim the Easter message in a way that promotes community worship."
Along with the Easter cantata performed by the volunteer choir, this event will feature performances by soloists and the Memorial Baptist Church Handbell Choir of Pulaski.
DeBusk said those interested in participating in the choir should simply come to the scheduled practices, and noted that singers are encouraged to attend at least three practices.
He also said that singers will be provided with practice CDs that contain the complete cantata with each voice part so that singers can rehearse on their own.
For more information about the volunteer choir or the Easter event, contact DeBusk at tleed@nasx.net, Wayne Booth at wbooth2003@yahoo.com, or call Cambria Baptist Church at 382-2490.

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