Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

May 11, 2017
Eclectic TCCS concert features voices, violin, and cajon drum 

The Tooele County Choral Society (TCCS) will perform iits annual spring concert this Friday and Saturday evening, May 12 and 13.

The concert begins at 7 p.m. each night and will be held at the amazing accoustical St. Barnabas Episcopal Church chapel, at 1784 Aaron Drive in Tooele.

According to director, Denise McCubbins, TCCS is in its 12th year of existence. “This concert is dedicated to all the members of the choir who have sung with us over those years”, said McCubbins. “It’s called ‘Wanting Memories’, because the memories we have of those years are precious. Without the people who come to rehearsal and our amazing audiences there wouldn’t be any memories to be made.”

Lake Point resident, Missy Leary, and her husband attended their first TCCS concert in December and raved. “It was fabulous with a lot of talent. Tyler and I really enjoyed the mixture of songs.”

This concert, which is free to the public, is a fun combination of world music, pop, and sacred selections. Mccubbins said there is something for everyone at this concert. In addition to a great lineup of vocalists, the concert will feature some amazing musicians.

“We are excited to have three guest artists with us. Neil Carpenter on the Cajon, Nathan Dahl on the violin and Kendrik Craig on the tambourine. With the always amazing piano work from Regina Kenison, this promises to be an evening to remember.”

Guests are invited to stay afterward for refreshments and mingling with choir members.

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