Sneak Preview of NOTE-able Singers Spring Concert

| May 21, 2012

NOTE-able Singers spring concert is on June 3 at 2:00 PM and June 5 at 7:30 PM at Schneider Theater at the Bloomington Theatre and Art Center.  The special year-end concert is a collection of Broadway songs from different decades and designed to be enjoyed by all age groups.  The performance called Broadway Blast follows a young women auditioning for musicals and trying to make it on Broadway.

NOTE-able Singers is made up of seventeen women performing songs with choreography under the direction of Judy Nurkkala, an accomplished pianist and choir director.  NOTE-able Singers has been performing since 1974. It began as an outreach of the Washburn Elementary School PTA.  Eight singers made up the founding group, originally called “Sugar and Spice Singers.”

Last year the group performed at Taste of Chocolate, Bloomington Chamber of Commerce Annual Gala and senior living homes. Most of their concerts are private.  The spring concert is open to the public and is an opportunity for friends and family to see the performance.

Tickets are available online or by calling the box office at 952-563-8575.

NOTE-able Singers is currently holding auditions.  Women of all ages and abilities are welcome to join.  Rehearsals are on Tuesdays and performances are monthly.

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NOTE-able Singers rehearse Broadway Blast, the 2012 spring concert

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