The Lakeshore Community Chorus wants to thank all of our supporters – friends and family, as well as our faithful audiences -for their love and support during our preparation and presentation of our “Oldies but Goodies” spring concerts.
We also want to thank the Holland Windmill Chorus for sharing the stage with us and adding their talent to our concerts. Your barbershop sound enhanced our musical experience and our community’s enjoyment of the concert.
As always, we were excited to have the musicians from Grand Valley State University again adding their talents to the show. AND who can forget Pastor Sal Sapienza, our most talented MC for the night. Thank you for adding your special gift to our concerts, not to mention your great 50s & 60s wardrobe.
Also, we can’t forget Pastor Sarah and the 1st Congregational Church of Saugatuck for allowing us to perform in their wonderful, sound enhancing facility and Saugatuck High School, Director Andrew Holtz, for sharing their rehearsal space and loaning us equipment.
Thank you all again!
If you missed this concert, Mark Your Calendar for our “10th Annual Holiday Reflections – A Season to Remember” concerts scheduled for December 7-8 at The Saugatuck Center for the Arts.
The Lakeshore Community Chorus, an adult non-profit organization located in the Saugatuck/Douglas region of Western Michigan, is dedicated to the performance of varied choral music for the benefit, education and enjoyment of its members and surrounding lakeshore communities.
Our chorus is thrilled to be able to perform at various venues throughout our area. We offer concerts at the end of our two sessions every year and sing at a variety of local functions as well.