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Voices of the (603)

Date/Time

Oct 11, 2013
07:00 PM

Description

From the lush chords of barbershop harmony to the classic sound of traditional a cappella music, from the rocking sounds of contemporary a cappella to the tight jazz singing, you are in for a treat. The Voices of the (603) concert is three hours of a cappella goodness. Featuring some of New Hampshire’s most talented students, this concert is sure to amaze. If you’re looking for instruments, keep looking, the only sounds you will find here are made with the human body!

Hosted by UNH Manchester’s Milling Around and emceed by WZID's Heather Bishop, this concert features middle and high schools from across the state with ticket sales supporting the arts advocacy group, NH Citizens for the Arts.

Cost

$10

Location

View map Capitol Center for the Arts
44 S. Main St.
Concord, NH

Additional Information

Phone

(603) 225-1111

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