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Heart of America Concert Series

Voices of Note to perform March 18

March 5, 2012
Pierce County Tribune

Voices of Note will perform in Rugby Sunday, March 18 as part of the Heart of America Concert Series. The performance will begin at 3 p.m. in the Tilman Hovland Auditorium at Rugby High School.

In 1989, Dr. Joe Hegstad, director of The Heritage Singers, an active male chorus in the community, invited several women from the Minot area to join the men in several mixed chorus numbers for a concert that was being planned. Somehow the idea of the women performing a section of women's chorus music on the concert came into being, and history was made.

Those women formed the nucleus of the group that was to become Voices of Note Women's Chorus. They did indeed find that they enjoyed singing women's music and enjoyed each other's company in the making of that music. And so, the group was born. Currently, the group's 35 members from a variety of occupations and interests have a common bond of the love of singing.

Voices of Note annually presents fall and spring concerts, sings for a variety of community functions, performs at "Arts in the Park", and joins with the Heritage Singers in the December presentation of "The Messiah".Voices of Note will perform in Rugby Sunday, March 18 as part of the Heart of America Concert Series. The performance will begin at 3 p.m. in the Tilman Hovland Auditorium at Rugby High School.

In 1989, Dr. Joe Hegstad, director of The Heritage Singers, an active male chorus in the community, invited several women from the Minot area to join the men in several mixed chorus numbers for a concert that was being planned. Somehow the idea of the women performing a section of women's chorus music on the concert came into being, and history was made.

Those women formed the nucleus of the group that was to become Voices of Note Women's Chorus. They did indeed find that they enjoyed singing women's music and enjoyed each other's company in the making of that music. And so, the group was born. Currently, the group's 35 members from a variety of occupations and interests have a common bond of the love of singing.

Voices of Note annually presents fall and spring concerts, sings for a variety of community functions, performs at "Arts in the Park", and joins with the Heritage Singers in the December presentation of "The Messiah".Voices of Note will perform in Rugby Sunday, March 18 as part of the Heart of America Concert Series. The performance will begin at 3 p.m. in the Tilman Hovland Auditorium at Rugby High School.

In 1989, Dr. Joe Hegstad, director of The Heritage Singers, an active male chorus in the community, invited several women from the Minot area to join the men in several mixed chorus numbers for a concert that was being planned. Somehow the idea of the women performing a section of women's chorus music on the concert came into being, and history was made.

Those women formed the nucleus of the group that was to become Voices of Note Women's Chorus. They did indeed find that they enjoyed singing women's music and enjoyed each other's company in the making of that music. And so, the group was born. Currently, the group's 35 members from a variety of occupations and interests have a common bond of the love of singing.

Voices of Note annually presents fall and spring concerts, sings for a variety of community functions, performs at "Arts in the Park", and joins with the Heritage Singers in the December presentation of "The Messiah".Voices of Note will perform in Rugby Sunday, March 18 as part of the Heart of America Concert Series. The performance will begin at 3 p.m. in the Tilman Hovland Auditorium at Rugby High School.

In 1989, Dr. Joe Hegstad, director of The Heritage Singers, an active male chorus in the community, invited several women from the Minot area to join the men in several mixed chorus numbers for a concert that was being planned. Somehow the idea of the women performing a section of women's chorus music on the concert came into being, and history was made.

Those women formed the nucleus of the group that was to become Voices of Note Women's Chorus. They did indeed find that they enjoyed singing women's music and enjoyed each other's company in the making of that music. And so, the group was born. Currently, the group's 35 members from a variety of occupations and interests have a common bond of the love of singing.

Voices of Note annually presents fall and spring concerts, sings for a variety of community functions, performs at "Arts in the Park", and joins with the Heritage Singers in the December presentation of "The Messiah".

 
 

 

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