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Max Noah Singers host Valentine's concert

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February 04, 2013

The Max Noah Singers will perform love songs as they host the 7th annual Valentine’s Day Rendezvous on Saturday, Feb. 16. 

The concert will take place in Magnolia Ballroom on Georgia College’s campus at 7:30 p.m. with refreshments served atValentine's Day Rendezvous will be held in the Magnolia Ballroom Feb. 16.Valentine's Day Rendezvous will be held in the Magnolia Ballroom Feb. 16. 7 p.m.

The tradition of Valentine’s Day Rendezvous began in 2007 when Dr. Jennifer Flory, director of choral activities, wanted to host a fundraising effort for Max Noah Singers tour expenses.

“I came up with an event which would feature more popular music than our combined choral concerts and be held in a romantic atmosphere with refreshments,” Dr. Flory said.

The performers have been rehearsing since Jan. 14.  Each soloist and small ensemble has selected a song that will not only showcase their talent, but also add to the ambiance of the evening.

This year the audience will be serenaded by songs including “And So It Goes” by Billy Joel and “Up Where We Belong” by Buffy Sainte-Marie, Jack Nitzsche and Will Jennings. 

Shelby Cloud, a senior soloist, has been a member of the Max Noah Singers for three years and knows a lot of hard work goes in to the concert.    

“We’re excited to put on this kind of concert,” Cloud said.  “It is nice to see everyone bring their strengths to the stage and see them featured in their own special way.”

The concert is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be available.

Magnolia Ballroom is located at 230 West Hancock Street, Milledgeville, Ga. 31061

For more information or directions to the concert call 478-445-8289 or e-mail: jennifer.flory@gcsu.edu.

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