‘Born to be Somebody’
Harmony Singers preparing for show
Harmony Singers of Pittsburgh are preparing for their 46th annual spring musical variety show, “Born to be Somebody,” May 18 and 19 at Chartiers Valley Intermediate School in Pittsburgh.
Donations will be accepted at each performance to benefit Allegheny County Department of Human Services Holiday Project.
The Harmony Singers also will join 2,200 other Western Pennsylvania singers and the Pittsburgh Symphony for the opening of the 2013 Music for the Spirit Festival April 20 at the Petersen Event center at the University of Pittsburgh.
The Harmony Singers perform a variety of music, including Broadway show tunes, swing, blues and rock ’n’ roll. They are available to perform for civic, social, church or business organizations.
Adults are welcome to join the group, and all voices are needed. Performance experience and the ability to read music are preferred but not required. Rehearsals are held at 7:15 p.m. Tuesdays and 9:30 a.m. Saturdays at Brightwood Christian Church, 5044 West Library Road, Bethel Park.
For more information, call Bernie Komoroski at 412-381-7175 or visit www.harmonysingers.org.
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