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Cape Gazette CAMP Rehoboth Chorus to begin rehearsals Sept. 27 Membership open; members sought The CAMP Rehoboth Chorus is starting its second year this month and is ready to welcome new singers. Membership is open to all - gay or straight, young or old - in- dividuals who love to sing. The ability to read music is not ab- solutely required, but it does help. The group has approxi- mately 25 members, but hopes to grow the chorus to around 40 (or more). The CAMP Chorus sings four-part harmony and would love to add more singers to all parts, especially sopranos and tenors. The CAMP Chorus is a fun group, specializing in American standards, show tunes and all manner of fun vocal numbers. More "Glee" than choir, having a great time and bringing the com- munity together through song is the chorus's guiding principle. Last season's premier show Room for All with the theme of diversity was wonderfully re- ceived. This fall year the group will be singing 1940s and World War II music - from ballads to the Andrews Sisters, but it's sure to have the signature theme of inclusion as well. The chorus is very excited about plans for the year and there will be ample opportuni- ties for soloists as well as full chorus singing. The chorus rehearses Monday evenings at 6:30 p.m. at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. The first rehearsal of the season will be Monday, Sept. 27. New members are welcome on that night, but may join later in the season as well. There is a $60 tuition fee for each semester to help cover costs for music, the musical director, and accompa- nist. The chorus is under the direc- tion of Bill McManus. "I think we surprise him sometimes with the progress we have made. His knowledge and patience lift us up and we make a joyfitl noise!" said Barb Ralph, a singer and the chorus business manager. Accompanist David Zipse, is also a true pro, bringing his key- board magic to the group. Fay Jacobs is the chorus artistic di- rector She provides the scripts and themes for the concerts - a style that makes the CAMP Chorus unique. The chorus is currently put- ting together a committee to help with administrative and production issues like fundrais- ing, costuming, and recruitment. People who do not sing, but would like to be a part of the group, could certainly work with the committee and help the cho- rus in non-musical ways. Anyone wishing to join the chorus or help out, should con- tact CAMP Rehoboth at 227- 5620 or Ralph at barbralph@ver- Or, just show up Sept. 27. Pl4Jne ~ve Rehoboth: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24- MOND PTEMBER 27, 20"10 93 SUBMITTED PHOTO Friday OFF BOTTLES OF WINE with PURCHASE OF TWO ENTREES 2010 Acoustic Guitar featuring Jay Brown Fri., Oct. 15th & Sat., Oct. 16th 6:30-11 1st St. & Downtown Frmpcis ott Key Family Resort Ocean City MarykSnd 410-213-0088 " [ INDOOR POOL Key" where it is 84 degrees and sunny French Toast Bread Pudding - $8 Open-faced Ham Sandwich with Poached Eggs & Gruyere Sauce - $8 Chefs Quiche of the Day with a Salad - $7 Egg Pizza with Sundried Tomato Pesto, Roasted Peppers, Bacon, and Cheddar- $8 Fruit Bowl with YoIwrt & Granola- $8 Rib Hash with Fried Eggs & Homebies - $7 For reserv ons, t 0o )947-9m. 9am unl;il 2pro Year' Round Spinach & Feta Cheese Qmelette with Bacon or Sausage & Hbmefries - $8 Roasted Tomato & Fontina with Bacon or Sausage & H, Smoked Salmon Club San Tortellini with Peas, Pmseuifl in a Parmesan Cream Sa i se Restaurant www.baywood eese Omelette )merrier - $8 wich-s teens.corn THE CAMP REHOBOTH CHORUS is ready to welcome new singers.