Shalom United Church of Christ, Richland
All singers high school age and above are invited to participate in this half day workshop to hone choral skills and provide inspiration for the new choral singing season, led by Dr. Giselle Wyers of the University of Washington. Lunch and snacks are provided. Registration is $25.
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September 28, 29 & 30
B Reactor National Historic Landmark of the
Manhattan Project National Historical Park
The Mastersingers return to the B Reactor for a third season, this time to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Manhattan Project. With full catering by Ethos Bakery and Cafe, and alcohol service, the Friday/Sunday $100 ticket price includes dinner. The Saturday $75 ticket price includes hors d'oeuvres by Ethos.
The program will explore aspects of why the U.S. chose to join the war effort, framed by our experimental system of government whose core values we defend around the world.
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October 15, 6:30pm
Columbia Basin College, Pasco
Join the African Children's Choir as they perform with the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers Youth Choir during their US Tour. Experience a performance that shows the beauty, dignity and potential of every child. Admission will be free for all ages; a free-will offering for the African Children's Choir will be included in the event.
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Richland High Auditorium, Richland
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NEW DATE: Saturday, March 23
Three Rivers Convention Center
The Mid-Columbia Mastersingers partner with the Mid-Columbia Symphony, Mid-Columbia Musical Theatre, and Mid-Columbia Ballet for "The Best is Yet to Come," a gala evening of food, drink, and entertainment with a Rat Pack flavor.
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Monday, March 11, 6:30pm
Columbia Basin College Theatre