Wick Choral Festival at St. Mark’s this weekend to feature a cappella pop music

by susan on January 30, 2013

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Above: Performers at the Wick Choral Festival (photo from Facebook)

Southborough residents are invited to a enjoy a weekend of a cappella pop music at St. Mark’s featuring groups from area high schools, as well as college ensembles. Here are all the details.

The Annual Wick Choral Festival
St. Mark’s School
Friday February 1 and Saturday February 2, 2013
7-9 PM in the Class of 1945 Hall, Putnam Family Arts Center

The Wick Festival is St. Mark’s annual invitational a cappella pop festival. The event is FREE and open to the public. The Wick Festival is an annual celebration of music that features the talents of local high school a cappella ensembles. Each night is capped off with a performance from a collegiate group, which provides an opportunity to embrace and enjoy the depth of talent within the a cappella community. The festival, which is in its 21st year, is offered every February to students, families, and guests of the performers as well as the general public.

Friday at 7pm*
Northfield Mount Hermon (The Nellies and Hogappella)
Pomfret School (The Griff Tones)
Wheeler School
St. Mark’s School (Octet and Cat’s Meow)
Middlebury College (The Dissipated Eight)

Saturday at 7pm*
Roxbury Latin (Roxbury Latin Latonics)
BB&N, Middlesex
St. Mark’s School (Octet and Cat’s Meow)
American University (Dime a Dozen)

*Festival schedule is subject to changes/additions

The Class of 1945 Hall in the Putnam Family Arts Center is handicapped accessible. Parking is available adjacent to the Hall and in designated lots throughout the campus.

The event is free and open to the public.

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