On Saturday, October 20, your little princesses and princes are invited to join Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, Elsa, Anna, Moana, and Tinkerbell for a fun-filled party.
The event is being held at Paducah Tilghman High School and is a fundraising event for the Chamber Choir. The chamber choir, led by Mathew Hinz for the past seven years, has been invited to the 2019 COA (Choirs of America) Nationals for Top Choirs.
“We are so excited about performing at Carnegie Hall! For many of our students this is a once in a lifetime opportunity,” Hinz told me. “Even if they one day make it back to New York most will never get the chance to perform on a stage where so many the great musicians throughout history have performed.”
The opportunity combines high magnitude music education experiences with world class faculty - capped off with an amazing mass choir event in Carnegie Hall. The Tilghman Chamber Choir will have a spotlight performance in Carnegie Hall where they can showcase their talents.
“The chamber choir will get to perform a piece by themselves during the Carnegie concert and then will be joined by other top choirs from around the country under the direction of Z. Randall Stroope, a very well-known composer and director whom the choir has worked with before and is excited to work with again,” Hinz added.
The Choir Princess Party will make it possible for the 41 chamber choir students to attend this prestigious educational opportunity. Tickets are just $15 for each young princess, or prince, and $5 for each adult. Session #1 is from 10 am to noon, and session #2 is from 1 to 3 pm.
Refreshments will be served at both sessions such as fruit, cheese, vegetables, cupcakes, and crackers with chicken salad as well as water and lemonade.
There will be other activities such as nail painting, face painting, make-up, coloring station, and making paper flowers.
Parents are encouraged to take pictures. Please note there will not be a professional photographer present.