Library to host pops concert

  • April 30, 2013
The Beesontown Singers shown performing at a 2012 Christmas concert

CARMICHAELS – Friends of Flenniken Library will host a pops concert by The Beesontown Singers May 10 at the library.

The concert will feature popular music from Broadway shows, including “Les Miserables,” as well as other lighter works, including a tongue-in-cheek look at opera in the “Looney Tunes” style. The Beesontown Singers, an auditioned choral group from Uniontown, is under the direction of William Dreucci, assisted by Daniel Kovacic. Alison King is the accompanist.

The Friends are asking for donations in lieu of selling tickets. The concert will take place in the newly redecorated Kids’ Zone, and seating will be limited to about 100 people. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m., and the concert will begin at 7 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.

In addition to the concert, music lovers will have an opportunity to purchase tickets for several gift baskets and for a beautiful sampler quilt created and donated by Barbara Walton, a member of Friends of Flenniken Library. The quilt has 20 panels, each with a different quilt pattern in shades of gold, brown and beige.

Tickets for the quilt are on sale at the library circulation desk for $2 each or 3 for $5 and will be available until the drawing is held. The quilt is on display at Flenniken Public Library. All proceeds will be used to support programs at the library.

For more information, call Flenniken Public Library at 724-966-5263.


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