Community Choir reaches out to local charities
The Treasure Coast Community Singers begins their 15th year of “Keeping People Singing” with a new focus by reaching out to local charities with the goal of “Creating Music Together.” Six charities on the Treasure Coast will partner with TCCS throughout the 2017-18 season and each charity will be represented at one of choral group’s six concerts. Both the charities and community choir will benefit from the tickets sales.
The community choir is excited to announce their concert schedule and partners.
October 14 and 15 – House of Hope will benefit from the first concert, “Come to the Cabaret,”;
November 11 and 12 – TCCS will partner with the American Cancer Society – Martin County Making Strides Against Breast Cancer at the performance of “Sing for the Cause;”
December 1, 2, and 3 -The Salvation Army will share in the proceeds of ticket sales from the holiday concert, “Tis the Season;”
March 17 and 18 – The St Patrick’s themed “Letters from Ireland” will benefit LAHIA;
April 7 and 8 – Molly’s House will be the TCCS partner at the classical chorus performance of Lauridsen Lux Aeterna and the Rutter Requiem; and
May 19 and 20 – Hibiscus House will share the proceeds of the final concert of the season “You’re a Grand Old Flag,”.
TCCS looks forward to cultivating these partnerships and assisting the wonderful charities in their excellent work throughout the community. Treasure Coast Community Singers is also a non-profit 501(c)3 organization and accepts donations, as well.
The choral group performs all of their concerts at the North Stuart Baptist Church at 1950 NW Federal Highway, Stuart, FL. For more information on how to purchase tickets, visit the website, www.tccsingers.org or call 772-224-8807.
TCCS complies with the ADA. For any accommodation contact our voicemail at 772-224-8807. Grants supporting TCCS were provided by the Florida Department of Cultural Affairs, the Community Foundation of Palm Beach and Martin Counties, and Women Supporting the Arts. A portion of all ticket sales funds scholarships for students pursuing degrees in music or performance.