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NCC to celebrate belated 30th anniversary

 


North Coast Chorale has been bringing quality concerts to the Pacific Northwest for over 30 years, and preparations are under way for their “Belated 30th Anniversary” celebration. On Friday, June 11, Saturday, June 12, and Sunday June 13, NCC will perform many of their favorites sung over the past 30 years. The list includes a variety of music genres including some jazz, a little gospel, a touch of rock ‘n’ roll, and a few sacred pieces. To further entertain the audience, local favorites, Deac Guidi and Dinah Urell will collaborate their vocal talents with the Chorale.

Deac Guidi, known for his rich bass voice, dramatic talent, and humor, has sung with opera companies in Eugene, Tacoma, Portland, the Astoria Chamber Opera, and Astoria Music Festival. Deac will sing solos and in ensemble with Chorale singers.

Dinah Urell, the editor and producer of HipFish Monthly, is a classically trained and versatile singer and composer of music. Ms. Urell is a spellbinding singer and improviser of blues/jazz music. Dinah will also join with the NCC singers.

As always, the Chorale will perform at the CL Center for the Performing Arts (PAC), 588 16th Street in Astoria. With COVID safeguards still in place, all those entering the facility must wear a face mask and maintain social distancing at all times. Available now, maximum of 50 tickets will be sold for each performance. Tickets are $10, with children under 12 free; and watch for the special coupon on the ticket. On-line ticket sales only at http://www.partnersforthepac.org.

 

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