Free sing-along Tuesday with Rod Baggett
KNOW & GO
WHO: The Center for the Arts presents
WHAT: 321 SING! Third Tuesday of the Month Community Sing-a-long with Rod Baggett
WHEN: Every 3rd Tuesday, Monthly Doors open at 6 p.m., singing from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
WHERE: The Center for the Arts, Granucci Room
314 W. Main St., Grass Valley
TICKETS: FREE, donations for The Center are appreciated.
The community is invited to The Center for the Arts Tuesday for the next session in a monthly series of free community sing-alongs led by the award-winning Director of the Nevada Union High School choirs, Rod Baggett.
The sing-along is invited to the first 50 people. Doors open at 6 p.m., singing is from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Designed to be inclusive of all abilities, levels of experience, and ages; everyone is welcome. Songs are chosen from a variety of genres: pop, rock, folk, blues, gospel country, swing, etc. Commonly known songs and anthems that everyone can join in on will be featured. Word sheets will be provided. Attendees need only bring their voice.
Baggett is an alumnus of Nevada Union High School. As choral director, he is in his 20th year at the school and 28th year overall teaching. He continues the strong musical heritage for which Nevada Union has been known throughout California. Baggett conducts seven different choirs at Nevada Union High School. The choirs range from beginning and intermediate to advanced choral ensembles, consisting of approximately 200 students. All the choirs consistently receive superior ratings from adjudicators at numerous California State Music Festivals. His choirs are well known in Northern California and especially in the Nevada City and Grass Valley area.
A small sampling of some of the songs that will be presented throughout the series:
If You Want to Sing Out
Three little birds
Bright Sunshiny Day
King of the Road
I’ll Fly Away
Wish You Were Here
Red is the Rose
Whiskey in the jar
All for me Grog
Russian Folk song
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