Tulsa Boy Singers Christmas concert RESCHEDULED tonight (01/04/2014)

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Tonight, January 4, 2014, the Tulsa Boy Singers will present their annual holiday concert, featuring music of the season both ancient and modern. The concert will begin at 7:30 pm, in the Gothic Revival splendor of Trinity Episcopal Church, 501 S. Cincinnati in downtown Tulsa. (Parking and main entrance off of 6th Street between Cincinnati and Detroit Ave.) Tickets are $10 for adults, free for students.

The concert was originally scheduled for December 20, but was postponed because of the ice storm.

Tulsa Boy Singers, Oklahoma's oldest choral society, is a not-for-profit arts organization, and your end-of-year gifts can help to sustain TBS through 2014. You can give to TBS securely online through GoFundMe or at Friday's concert.

As always, there will be an opportunity after the concert for boys with an interest in singing to audition. For my boys, TBS has been a great introduction to understanding and performing music. TBS members learn to read music, learn to follow direction, blend their voices, memorize words and music, and perform before an audience. TBS uses the Royal Society for Church Music's "Voice for Life" choir training program. At a time when many schools are deemphasizing music, TBS offers boys the music education they may be missing. (I only wish a program of the same quality existed for girls in Tulsa.)

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