Bring the Sing Duluth

Created: March 07, 2018 12:50 PM

Saturday, March 24
10:00 AM- 1:00 PM
Mitchell Auditorium, The College of St. Scholastica, 1200 Kenwood Ave, Duluth

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Doors open at 9:15 AM. Please arrive in enough time to sign in.

Registration is now open at

Contact: Maria Isley, / 218-673-5005

Classical MPR’s Bring the Sing will return to Duluth for a third year for a community choral event. Bring the Sing is made possible by the Legacy Amendment for Arts and Cultural Heritage. Bringing together music lovers and vocalists from the community, the goal of the day is to create neighborhood connections through song. Through Bring the Sing, Minnesota Public Radio also strives to make classical music accessible to communities. Can’t read music? Don’t consider yourself an experienced singer? No problem. This is an open choral event for voices of all abilities, junior high level and above. To participate, singers must register at, providing a name, contact information and voice part. Advanced registration is encouraged. Participants will also be required to sign and submit a media release form due to audio and video recording taking place during the event. After registering online, those attending Bring the Sing in Duluth have three options to receive the music. To receive a music packet by mail prior to the event, you must provide a mailing address and be registered online by Wednesday, March 14. Music packets can also be picked up at both Whole Food Coop locations (610 East 4th Street and 4426 Grand Avenue) after signing a media release form and prior registration is confirmed. Additionally, sheet music will be available at Mitchell Auditorium on the day of the event.

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