New session starts for One Heart Singers

  • Sunday, January 6, 2019 1:30pm
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The One Heart Singers are welcoming new singers of all ages and levels of music and singing experience.

The new Bainbridge singing group, led by Ann Strickland, will sing all kinds of songs—folk, rock, pop, world, spiritual, classical and more. No audition is required, and the focus is on the joy of making music together.

The eight-week series begins at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 7 and the theme is “Songs of Peace, Love & Light.”

One Heart Singers meet several times a year, in eight-week sessions at the Dayaalu Center. The cost is $80 for eight sessions; drop-in is $18 or $16 for seniors/students.

Any questions? Contact Strickland at info@annstrickland.com.

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