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Georgia Singers to perform at Fayetteville First UMC May 18

The Georgia Singers, a community-based choral organization for young women, will present the Requiem Mass by Francesco Brusa on Sunday, May 18, at 7 p.m. at Fayetteville First United Methodist Church.

Written in 1767 and originally performed in Venice, Italy, the Mass will be directed by Dr. Frank Green and accompanied by Rick Massengale and a string orchestra. In addition to the Mass, the Georgia Singers will share a variety of songs including folk, pop, jazz, and spirituals.

The Georgia Singers is a community based choral organization for young women, dedicated to excellent performance of outstanding choral literature for women’s voices,

Begun in Peachtree City in January of 2007, Georgia Singers has grown into two age group choirs. The singers range in age from grade seven through post-college age.

For info, visit Fayetteville First United Methodist Church at or call 770-461-4313.


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