Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Sell those tickets!

Our concert isn't until the beginning of May, which gives us plenty of time to sell every seat in the hall. Remember, as members of the choir we're eligible for tickets at a discount! The prices for Elijah are as follows:

General: $14.50 (regularly $18.75)
Student: $9.50 (regularly $12.75)

You can buy them online through our website or before rehearsal on Tuesdays.

You can also now take out tickets on consignment, meaning that you can take a chunk of tickets without paying for them and sell them, then bring the money back to choir. Don't lose the unsold tickets--you'll need to return them as well, or the choir mafia will come after you. Of course, this won't be a problem as I'm sure none of you will have any unsold tickets.

Also, remember that Jo has offered a prize to the section that sells the most tickets! This is generally a non-partisan blog, but allow me to cheer on the Altos!

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Chamber Choir Recording

The long-postponed recording session is finally happening.

Where: Libby Gardner Hall
When: This Saturday, March 8, from 12:00-4:00
What: Bring your Songs and Sonnets and Birthday Madrigals.

Don't forget!

When we're done, take a dinner break, and then come on back to the hall for the University Singers concert that night at 7:30. Hooray for supporting other organizations!

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

We have a newsletter!

A big thank you goes out to Jan Smith who has put together a monthly SLCA newsletter! The first edition came out today, and it was stellar.

It includes highlights from the Tribune article, information about SLCA's past, present, and future, a member spotlight, and more!

If you didn't receive the email with the newsletter attached, please contact Jan at janice underscore w underscore smith at msn dot com, or Judy Prawitt (email on website) to let them know. They want to make sure everyone gets this marvelous piece of communication. And you don't want to miss out!

Thanks, Jan! We look forward to new issues!