Ithaca’s Multicultural Chorus Raises VOICES in ‘Songs of Hope’
| April 26, 2018
VOICES Multicultural Chorus performs ‘Great Expectations: Songs of Hope’ on Saturday, May 5 at 4pm in Ithaca’s First Baptist Church. Music Director Lorrene Adams joins us to talk about the great range of sources and languages for this inspirational concert.
Photo credit: Affiliated Choruses of Ithaca
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