St. John Singers prepare Mozart concert

Members of the 25-year-old St. John Singers hope to honor Mozart’s
250th birthday with a concert on island at the end of October or early
November, the St. John Source reported.  Once that is done, the Singers
will plan for their annual Christmas concert.  The concert programs
"lean toward classical," said Nancy Morse, vice president of the group,
although she the group’s repertoire includes reggae, original songs by
members, and West Indian Christmas tunes. 

Concert admission
fees as well as funding from the V.I. Council on the Arts help finance
the Singers’ efforts.  The Source reported, "Anyone who can carry a
tune is welcome to join."  Rehearsals at Monday evenings at Nazareth
Lutheran Church

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