May 23rd at 5pm
The Hickory Tree Chorus, The Maplewood Glee Club, and the Morris Music Men come together for an hour of summer songs, sunny feelings,
and old-fashioned music with a twist of today.
With special guests from West Morris Mendham High School
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It all begins with LOVE!
We love to sing. We love to make music together! Most of all, we love to share our joy of singing with YOU! And now, using technology and old-fashioned passion, three choruses have created a show that focuses not on what we can’t do right now, but on what we can do. We’ve collected some of our favorite tunes for a musical celebration of summer, sunshine, and the hope they bring. And you can enjoy listening and singing along from your own home.
The Maplewood Glee Club is a community chorus that’s been delighting local audiences with their harmonies and humor since 1946. The Morris Music Men is Morris County’s premier barbershop harmony chorus. The award-winning Hickory Tree Chorus shares the joy of barbershop through songs from the Beatles to Broadway.
Click on the photos below to learn more about each of the choruses. And come sing with us on May 23!
West Morris Mendham High School
This energetic group of students has worked hard to continue making music in 2020-2021. Students are selected by audition and led by student director, Daniel Hellriegel. While many of their rehearsals have been remote, they have focused on building new creative skills while continuing to work as a team. They appreciate the opportunity to take part in this show!
This audition only female student group performs a wide variety of music, but mostly Jazz/Pop standards. They are led by student director, Nia Slayne, and are comprised of students from grades 9-12. For the 2020-21 school year, the group has continued to thrive while rehearsing in-person, hybrid, and remotely. They are excited to share their music with all of you!
Newark Working Kitchens
We're Singing For Their Supper
We are delighted to be raising our voices to raise funds for Newark Working Kitchens. Created during the pandemic, this non-profit pays local restaurants in one of the hardest hit cities to provide nutritious meals for those in need, helping both struggling businesses and hungry people.
Please help by clicking the button below to make a tax-deductible donation. And to check out their good work, CLICK HERE.
HERE COMES THE SUN
I WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY
CIRCLE OF LIFE
SONGS BY BEYONCÉ and CHANCE THE RAPPER
AND MANY MORE!
May 23rd at 5pm
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