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Concert to include Sweet Adelines and Girls Concert Choir

The Girls Concert Choir of San Diego Children’s Choir will perform May 20

On Sunday May 20, at 3:30 pm, First United Methodist Church of Escondido (341 S. Kalmia St.) will host a choral concert featuring the San Diego Chorus Sweet Adelines International and the Girls Concert Choir of the San Diego Children’s Choir.
This concert is part of the church’s 2017-18 Music Series. A free-will offering will be accepted, and a reception with the artists will follow the concert.
San Diego Chorus Sweet Adelines International (SDSA), is an a cappella chorus of women singing 4-part harmony, barbershop style. An internationally competitive performing arts group, SDSA strives to entertain in many musical genres (ranging from well-known standards to Broadway hits to modern gems), along with its signature vibrant choreography. SDSA is dedicated to local entertainment and offering women of all ages opportunities for musical and personal growth.
Under the direction of Master Director Kathleen Hansen, SDSA is soaring into its 67th year to share its authentic, passionate and fun performances with the world. Additional information can be found at
Founded in 1990, the San Diego Children’s Choir is the area’s oldest and largest choral training program serving more than 525 children ages 4-18 at locations throughout San Diego County. The San Diego Children’s Choir provides children with music education and performance opportunities that foster performance excellence and collaboration at the highest artistic level, nurturing individual development and creating a foundation for lifelong success.
The Girls Concert Choir, under the direction of Artistic Director Ruthie Millgard, is an advanced, auditioned treble ensemble with most members ranging in age from grade 6-9. At this level, choristers sing independently in three to four parts, demonstrating advanced vocal techniques, fluency in sight-reading, and perform successfully in a variety of languages and styles. This summer, members will travel to Scotland to participate in the Stirling Bridge International Arts Festival. To learn more, visit

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