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A Cappella Jamboree
A Cappella Jamboree 2012 !
Light Opera of New Jersey will present its16th annual production of an A Cappella Jamboree featuring the renown collegiate singing groups,
The Colgate Thirteen of Colgate University and the Tigertones of Princeton
University. The groups will be introduced by the Gargoyles from Grace Church in
America's Most Widely Heard
All-Male collegiate a cappella Group.
The Colgate Thirteen, founded in 1942, brings
together a unique blend of song and humor, performing over 100 concerts per
year across the USA.
Old and new
musical favorites supply the Colgate Thirteen with an active repertoire of over
Tigertones are Princeton's
signature all male a cappella group. After sixty-six years, the Tigertones use a
constantly expanding repertoire ranging from traditional ballads and jazz to
barbershop, Broadway, classic rock, and American pop. The Tigertones continue
to entertain audiences of all ages and musical tastes that provide universal
Church Gargoyles are a young men’s a
cappella ensemble based at Grace Church, Madison. The dozen boys in the ensemble range in age
from 7th to 12th grade and have sung repertoire ranging from sacred music to
popular styles. They have sung alongside such diverse groups as Drew
University’s “36 Madison Ave” and the “Hermitage Ensemble” of St. Petersburg,
Cappella Jamboree will be performed at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 140 South Finley Avenue, Basking Ridge, NJ
on Friday November 9, 2012 at 7:30 PM
church is wheelchair accessible.
Advanced Tickets may
be purchased on line at www.ridgelightopera.org: $20 for adults; $18 for
seniors, and $10 for students. All seats
are reserved. Tickets and directions are
online at www.ridgelightopera.org
or by calling 908-350-3459
|Where||St. Mark's Episcopal Church 140 S Finley Ave, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:30 pm–9:30 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students|
|Price||$20 adults, $18 Seniors, $10 Children|
More About St. Mark's Episcopal Church
Consecrated in May 1853, St. Mark's Episcopal Church is one of the oldest churches in the Somerset Hills area. The church itself has several different rooms for its many music and youth programs and features a sanctuary lined with stained glass windows. The windows were designed by the first rector of the parish, Norman M. Post in 1968, and were donated to the church by families of the parish in memory of loved ones. The church offers a brochure so that members can take self-guided walking tours of the windows.
The Rector, Reverend Richard C. Morley, has a blog on which church members can comment. The church also posts audio clips of past sermons and produces a sermon podcast that members can download on iTunes.