|Type of post:||Chorus news item|
|Posted By:||Betty Owen|
|Date Posted:||Sun, Jan 12 2020|
The Hilton Head Shore Notes, women’s award-winning a cappella chorus, will present their next big show, “Bringin’ Down The House,” on Saturday, February 15, at 7:00 p.m. at Hilton Head High School’s Seahawk Cultural Center, 70 Wilborn Road. The group is excited to be back on stage after a two-year hiatus. Their talented director, Melody Templeton, has chosen a repertoire of modern songs that the chorus is sure will delight their audience. The scenario will be a sorority house reunion and will include such popular songs as “Don’t Stop Thinkin’ About Tomorrow,” “Bare Necessities” and “We Are Family,” to name a few. Their in-house quartets, 4 The Moment and Songbird, will add to the fun.
Because the Shore Notes is a non-profit organization, they have designated a portion of their show profits to The Junior Jazz Foundation. The chorus is also very grateful to their Presenting Sponsors Jones Bros. Tree Surgeons, Lang 72 Degrees Air & Heating, Mangiamo’s Restaurant and Matthew Mastrorocco, DMD.
As always, the Shore Notes hire an internationally acclaimed guest quartet to perform at their shows. This year Glamour will be entertaining the audience with their wide range of musical styles. These talented ladies formed their quartet five years ago but have a long history of singing together. They are not only Regional Champions but have been Top Ten Sweet Adelines International finalists three times in those five years! Two of the quartet members were instrumental in founding Scioto Valley Chorus, one of the top choruses in the world.