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Choral society show will celebrate group’s 50-year history

Choral society show will celebrate group’s 50-year history



Plainville Choral Society continues its 50th year celebration in February with its performance “PCS Past, Present and Future.”

The program will feature some of the choral society’s favorite songs from over the years, and will include performances by youth from Plainville and surrounding towns; former PCS Youth Theater members, and scholarship recipients.

Producer Sandy Butler had the idea of the past, present, future theme when planning for the group’s anniversary.

“Few musical organizations have not only survived, but thrived, for 50 years and I thought it would be good to not only look back at our past, but also look to the future,” said Butler, who pitched the concept to PCS president and co-producer Debi Wishart-Parker.

“When I heard this I was beyond thrilled,” Wishart-Parker said. “I thought it was a perfect way to show our audience what PCS has been like for all these years.”

PCS music director Greg Wilfrid, who is in his third season with the group, stated: “I am very excited to be working on this program.”

Said Butler: “Under Greg’s direction, we have seen PCS grow tremendously these past few years, both musically and in terms of new and returning members. It is exciting to think what the future may have in store for our group.”

“PCS Past, Present and Future” will be performed Friday, Feb. 28, 7 p.m., at the Middle School of Plainville, 150 Northwest Drive. Tickets are $12 in advance and can be purchased at pcsmusic.net. Tickets will be $15 at the door. Children’s tickets are $5. 

For more information, contact Sandy Butler at 860-515-1824 or Debi Parker at 860-573-8526.

-- Press Release       


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