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Cline School of Music to present Seasons of Love

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tigerville SC (January 30, 2017) The Voice Department of The Cline School of Music will present Seasons of Love: an Evening of Love Songs and Love Letters, written by Rebecca Phillips and directed by Drs. Cheryl Greene and Seth Killen.

Come experience the various seasons of love in our lives from a Mother’s Love, to Teenage Love, to Married Love and more.

All proceeds will support NGU voice students in the South Carolina and Mid-Atlantic Regional National Association of Teachers of Singing Conference and Vocal Auditions.

Tickets are $10/person, which includes dessert, beverage and the show. Space is limited, so make sure you secure your ticket today. Purchase tickets or contact the Cline School of Music at 864.977.7080 for more information.

 

         

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