Georgia Singers will perform at PTC Presbyterian Church May 19
Georgia Singers, a Peachtree City based community choir for young women, will perform at the First Presbyterian Church of Peachtree City on Sunday evening, May 19, at 6 p.m. Ages of the two choirs of girls begin in grade seven and go through young adult. They are under the direction of Dr. Franklin Green with accompanist Rick Massengale.
The performance includes sacred numbers — This Little Light of Mine, Be Thou My Vision, Ave Maria, and Ubi caritas, well known classical pieces — Schumann’s Widmung, Bach’s Den Tod, and Rachmaninoff’s Vocalise, and opera choruses from Verdi and Leoncavallo, as well as folk songs from America, Russia, and the Czech Republic.
Learn more about Georgia Singers at their website: www.georgiasingers.org. Click the “Listen” button on the site to hear the group perform.
First row (l-r) Maggie Shaw, Bella White, Kristen Stogner, Sara Demlow, Amelia Traylor, Lauren Siegel, Lee Newton, Ariana Simmons, Emma Hite, Taylor McFarlin, and Joie Zhou. Second row (l-r) Mikeila McQueston, Maddie Corley, Lauren McBryde, Helena Resler, Jessica Strain, Amanda West, Madeline Fry, Lauren Roland, Emily Powell, Holley Gibbs, Emily Elling, McKenzie Knudson, Lydia Powell, and Claire Hemenway.Back row (l-r) Laura Knapton, Nora Darling, Allessandra Harms, Kristen Osterhage, Leah Larson, Brooke Beatty, Diana Ricketts, Michelle Fallon, Emily Egan, Jacqueline Harms, Catherine Perry, Nicole DeLisle, Geneva Tigue, and Jessica Romeo. Photo/Special.