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Youth, teen, community choirs in concert tonight

Austin Peay State University and the Community School of the Arts are pleased to present a concert featuring the Clarksville Youth Chorus, Teen Singers and the Community Chorus.

The concert takes place at 7 tonight in the Music/Mass Communication Building Concert Hall. The event is free and open to the public.

There will be a reception in the lobby after the recital. Visual art students in the Community School of the Arts produced the artwork on display in the lobby.
Austin Peay State University and the Community School of the Arts are pleased to present a concert featuring the Clarksville Youth Chorus, Teen Singers and the Community Chorus.

The concert takes place at 7 tonight in the Music/Mass Communication Building Concert Hall. The event is free and open to the public.

There will be a reception in the lobby after the recital. Visual art students in the Community School of the Arts produced the artwork on display in the lobby.

The Clarksville Youth Chorus will be directed by Briana Larsen with Sylvia Carver providing accompaniment. Selections will include “The Piglet's Christmas” arranged by Mary Goetze, “Go, Tell It on the Mountain” arranged by Mark Patterson and Mozart's “Messy Room Sonata.”

The Clarksville Teen Singers, under the direction of Jared Wilson, will perform “Adoramus Te” by Giovanni de Palestrina, “The Scarlet Tide” by T. Bone Burnett and Elvis Costello and “Still, Still, Still” by Mack Wilberg.

The Clarksville Community Chorus will sing a variety of holiday-themed selections including “Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy,” “Winter Wonderland” and “Ragen Natum.” The Clarksville Community Chorus is directed by Valerie Oyen-Larsen with accompaniment provided by Anne Glass.

The concert will conclude with the Teen Singers joining the Community Chorus to perform a selection of carols.

For more information about this concert or the Community School of the Arts, contact JoAnn McIntosh, (931) 221-7508, or visit the Community School of the Arts Web site, www.csa.apsu.edu. -- Barry A. Williams