Indian River Charter High School Choir to Perform at Carnegie Hall

Vero Beach CPA sponsors Indian River Charter High School ChoirYou may have seen the recent article in the TC Palm newspaper reporting that the Indian River Charter High School Choir will soon have the opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City.   The students along with music teacher Gary Miller will leave for New York City May 22nd, for a performance on May 25th.

Noted choral director John Rutter will direct the choir along with additional singers from across the country.  This will reportedly be John Rutter’s final appearance before his scheduled retirement.

Although this is not the first time a choir from a Vero Beach High School will perform at Carnegie Hall, it is the first time several of the 75 students have performed outside of Florida.  The trip will also include an opportunity for the students to visit New York City landmarks such as the empire state building, the campuses of New York University, and Julliard School of Music.

Vero Beach CPA sponsors Indian River Charter High School Choral GroupEach Student will be responsible for raising a portion of the cost of the trip.  The parents and association members have been busy planning fundraising events,  and seeking corporate sponsors.  On February 24, eleven “celebrity chefs” will participate in a special fund raiser at Fujiyama Japanese Steakhouse to help support the trip.

DiSalvo and Co, CPA is happy to announce our support for this worthy cause.  If you are able to help in some way, please feel free to contact Peter DiSalvo at 772-770-6008.

To get you in the spirit please enjoy this video of the Concert Choir performing at the 28th Annual Invitational Choral Festival at the University of Florida.

 

To read the entire article in the TC Palm please click here.

Indian River Charter High School Choir to Perform at Carnegie Hall

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