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Dec 10: Penn State Mont Alto Chorale Holiday Concert ‘Comfort and...

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The Penn State Mont Alto Chorale will perform a holiday concert, "Comfort and Joy," featuring songs of the season under the direction of Fred Davison, Penn State Mont Alto instructor in music.

Dec 8: Penn State Mont Alto Chorale Holiday Concert ‘Comfort and...

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The Penn State Mont Alto Chorale will perform a holiday concert, "Comfort and Joy," featuring songs of the season under the direction of Fred Davison, Penn State Mont Alto instructor in music.

Nov 24: Wilson College Choir Fall Concert

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For the first time, the Wilson Choir will be joined by the Cumberland Valley School of Music's New Horizons Choir to perform sounds of the holiday season.

Oct 27: Shippensburg Town Band Fall Concert

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Highlights of the concert include the Navy Hymn, Somewhere in My Memory from “Home Alone,” Italian Rhapsody, William Tell Overture, The March from “1941,” the Washington Post March and more.

CVSM Plans Its 30th Anniversary Gala Showcase Concert

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Cumberland Valley School of Music presents the 30th Annual Gala Showcase Concert, Oct. 26, 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre, 159 S. Main Street,

Oct 6: Manor Winds Quintet in Concert

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St. Paul Special Events is pleased to welcome the Manor Winds Quintet for a concert of classical selections

Check it out: Free spring concert by Shippensburg Town Band

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The Shippensburg Town Band will partner with some of the community's best young musicians to present a free concert in March.

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