Sierra Gold Chorus presents a “Holiday Music Extravanganza” in Auburn | TheUnion.com

Sierra Gold Chorus presents a “Holiday Music Extravanganza” in Auburn

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Above, Grass Valley and Nevada City residents Patti McClure, Bev Miller, Val Fritzsche, Kathy Triolo, Marge Biddle, Cindy Henry, Bonnie Steward and Barbara Terhorst are just a few of the women from Sierra Gold Chorus preparing for an afternoon performance of "Christmas Carols and Cooking Chaos," in Auburn on Dec. 10.

The women from Sierra Gold Chorus are preparing for an afternoon performance of "Christmas Carols and Cooking Chaos," Sierra Gold Chorus' combination of a popular comedy sitcom, some cooking magic and Christmas carols. The performance is scheduled for 2 p.m. on Dec. 10 at Crossroads Church, 1101 Auburn Ravine Road in Auburn.

Sierra Gold Chorus, the Auburn Chapter of Sweet Adelines International is directed by Terrie Carrozzella. The group sings in four-part harmony, a cappella style. For the Dec. 10 event, they will be joined by the Christmas Chorus, Encore Double Quartet and the Placer High School Choir.

In addition, the PDQ Quartet — winners of the Regional Audience Favorite Award for the past three years — will be featured.

This is the 21st Annual Show and a very popular family event which has been a sellout in recent years. Advance sale tickets: adults are $20, youth (16 and under) are $10. VIP seating is $30, advance sales only. Tickets at the door will be $25 for adults and $10 for youth. Tickets may be purchased from any chorus member, online at http://www.sierragoldchorus.org, or by calling Jackie at 530-885-3801.

Women are welcome to attend rehearsals throughout the year on Monday evenings at 6:45 p.m. at Parkside Church, Fellowship Hall, 3885 Richardton Drive in Auburn. To schedule a performance anytime of the year, call Jacque 530-888-6657.

Sierra Gold Chorus was formed in 1993 by a group of women who loved to sing and wanted to perform in the community. The chorus became affiliated with Sweet Adelines International in 1995, and sings a cappella in four-part harmony, barbershop style.

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