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Women’s Chorus plans virtual concert to celebrate its 25th

BRATTLEBORO—The Brattleboro Women’s Chorus will perform its 25th annual fall “singalong concert” via Zoom on Sunday, Nov. 22 at 4 p.m.

As members celebrate the group’s 25th anniversary, the chorus will be singing songs about rivers, welcoming the ancestors, and healing.

The program will be led by Director Becky Graber. “Some of the songs are very easy to join along with, and Becky will teach a song or two to all,” concert organizers write in a news release.

Concertgoers should register online via Zoom at to receive a link to attend.

All virtual concertgoers will be muted, so feel free to sing along in the comfort of your homes if you wish.

This concert is usually a significant part of the BWC’s income, so organizers are asking the audience “to donate the cost of a ticket to help keep our budget healthy this year.”

To do so online, visit

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Originally published in The Commons issue #588 (Wednesday, November 18, 2020). This story appeared on page B2.

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