With Halloween on last month’s calendar page, tis the season
The Watauga County Arts Council is getting into the spirit of things with the upcoming “Celebrate Singing!” concert, to be held Saturday, Nov. 3, at 7 p.m. at Boone United Methodist Church in Boone.
The event will feature a number of singing styles and groups from the High Country and Triad, including the Triad Harmony Express, a men’s barbershop chorus from Winston-Salem; Treble Attraction women’s group from Appalachian State University; the Mountainaires Barbershop Quartet; the 5th Edition Quartet; and Easy Livin’ Quartet.
This is the 32nd year that Triad Harmony Express has entertained at a fall show in Boone, and Saturday’s concert promises a new package of familiar tunes.
ASU’s Treble Attraction has been performing for the past six years as an a cappella group that provides a variety of musical stylings, including sacred music and popular songs.
The Mountainaires have been entertaining in the High Country for 33 years, including a featured role in the local 1993 stage production of “The Music Man” and in August of this year in the concert version.
The 5th Edition Quartet has performed for various events in the area since 2007, providing close harmony with novel musical arrangements.
Easy Livin’ Quartet is part of the chorus from Winston-Salem and provides a change of pace with four-part harmony.
This is a free admission event, with donations accepted to support the music scholarship program of the Watauga County Arts Council.
Boone United Methodist Church is located at 471 New Market Blvd. in Boone.
For more information, call the Watauga County Arts Council at (828) 264-1789, or visit http://www.watauga-arts.org.