An a cappella festival

Region - posted Sep, 24 2013

REGION - Singing songs, making music, blending harmonies are some of the words that describe the a cappella groups performing at Beth Sholom B’nai Israel’s A Note-able Night on Saturday, Oct. 5, at Cheney Hall, 177 Hartford Road, Manchester. The performances begin at 8 p.m. Ray Hardman, master of ceremonies, will conduct the special evening. The performers include Fallin’ Flat, Completely Different Note, Conn Chords, Harmonious Soul, Millennium Magic and L’Shir. Proceeds from the event will benefit Beth Sholom B’nai Israel, which is located at 400 E. Middle Tpke., Manchester. Tickets for A Note-able Night are $45 for preferred seating; $25 for adult general admission; and $15 for students with ID. Credit cards are accepted for ticket purchases. To purchase tickets or get more information on this a cappella festival, please call 860-643-9563. The performers include A Completely Different Note (CDN), the oldest all-male A Cappella group at the University of Connecticut; The ConnChords’, an all-female sound has been a part of Connecticut College a cappella since 1946; Fallin' Flat is Eastern Connecticut State University's Co-Ed A Capella group that features students of different ages, majors and backgrounds; L'Shir was established at the University of Hartford as an all-Jewish group, but it now boasts a diverse group of students who love to sing; Harmonious Soul; and Millennium Magic.

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