The Bucks County Singers are hosting their annual “Voices of Bucks” concert on Saturday, Nov. 2. The concert features several invited local choirs of all ages who perform their own selections, including Council Rock South Vocal Ensemble, Neshaminy High School Select Choir, the Pennsbury Falconaires, Pennsbury Community Chorus, St. Andrew’s Children Choir, Lower Bucks Youth Choir, and the barbershop quartet Ring the Rafters, as well as the Bucks County Singers.
Following the individual performances, more than 100 voices join together for a patriotic tribute to celebrate Veterans Day.
Terry Boyle Greenland, an adjunct associate professor at the University of the Arts, is the director of the Singers. The group is accompanied by Marilyn Clark, retired music educator in the Neshaminy School District.
The “Voices of Bucks” concert begins at 3 p.m. at the New Life Christian Church, 4 Freedom Drive, Newtown. Tickets are $15 at the door.
For additional information, or for those interested in joining the group, contact Singers president Rita Enders at 215-741-1283 or visit buckscountysingers.org