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Sea Notes Choral Society
"AMERICA SINGS" With
The Sea Notes Choral Society
1, 2011 - Southport, NC - The Sea Notes Choral Society
will present four (4) concerts of "America Sings". The
dates are Thursday, June 30 at 8 pm; Friday, July 1st at
8 pm; Monday, July 4th at both 3 pm and 5 pm. All of
these concerts will be performed at The Southport
Baptist Church, 200 North Howe St., in Southport, NC.
Directing will be Dianne Hoffman, accompanied on the
piano by Suzi Linton. Beverly Andrews, the current
Concertmaster of The Wilmington Symphony and founding
member of Cape Fear Chamber Players, will be performing
as our Guest Violinist.
The National 9/11 Flag, tattered in the collapse of the
World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and since
restored, will be part of this year's July 4th Sea Notes
Concerts. The flag is currently touring the country and
through the efforts of St. James residents, Joan and
Dick Stewart, whose son died at the World Trade Center,
the flag will be making its only stop in North Carolina.
During Monday's performances, from 2 pm to 6 pm, the
flag will be on view across the street from the church
in the Christian Ministry Center (CMC), where the public
will be given the privilege of helping stitch the flag
back to its original 13 stripe format.
In keeping with the patriotic theme of this concert, the
music will include "You're a Grand Old Flag", "Salute to
the Armed Forces", "Star Spangled Banner", "America",
"Song for the Unsung Hero", and many more. Admission is
free and donations are appreciated.
Make sure not to miss this Sea Notes performance! It
will bring tears to your eyes and pride to your heart!
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