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"Celebrate Spring"

Ypsilanti Community Choir spring concert. Concert sponsor: Horizons Planning Corporation, Registered Investment Advisor, of Ann Arbor. The concert will include an eclectic mix of choral music, including Broadway songs by Gershwin and Berlin; the strange words of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” set to music; the American folksong/lullaby “All the Pretty Little Horses”; and ending with the much-loved Wilhousky arrangement of “Battle Hymn of the Republic.” BDQ Jazz Quartet will entertain before the concert and during intermission. The choir is directed by Ariel Toews-Ricotta and accompanied by Maria Cimarelli. The emcee for the evening will be Chad Wiebesick, VP of

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