Children's choir invited to perform in a special show at Carnegie Hall



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NEW PALESTINE — There’s nothing like singing in the Big Apple, and as everyone knows, if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere. That’s exactly what the Hancock County Children’s Choir plans to do next May.

Only in its third year, the children’s choir, which practices Mondays at the New Palestine Bible Church, made a rather exclusive cut this year to be invited to sing at New York’s Carnegie Hall at a combined choral performance conducted by Ruth Dwyer, associate director of the Indianapolis Children’s Choir, and presented by MidAmerica Productions in New York.

Choirs and vocal ensembles nationally are either recommended or selected based on their audition recordings to be part of the performance, and not all submissions are accepted, said Dale Ziedman, MidAmerica’s director of public relations in New York.

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