Chautauqua and McMurray singers perform together at the Vashon Island Chorale’s recent concert at VCA. (Shelly Hanna Photo)

Chautauqua and McMurray singers perform together at the Vashon Island Chorale’s recent concert at VCA. (Shelly Hanna Photo)

Adults and kids making music together

  • Tuesday, May 1, 2018 12:54pm
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A new island nonprofit, Vashon Choral Boosters, helped to arrange for a joint performance by choirs from Chatauqua and McMurray at a recent concert of the Vashon Island Chorale. The boosters have additional plans to launch a youth chorus program as well as continue to support extracurricular programs at Chautauqua and McMurray.

Holly Boaz is the president of the boosters, which has been working for over a year to get choral programs established for Vashon youth, as there has not been any regular choir singing opportunity for kids on Vashon for more than a decade. She said the boosters are hoping to change that.

See the students in concert again at McMurray on June 5.

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