July 5, 2017
One Voice Children’s Choir Performs a Free Community Concert at the County Library
Kelsy Thompson -
SALT LAKE COUNTY, UT — In partnership with Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts, and Parks (ZAP), the County Library is hosting a community concert with the One Voice Children’s Choir. This free, outdoor concert will be held at the County Library’s Hunter branch on July 8 and includes light refreshments.
The internationally known One Voice Children’s Choir recently returned from their tour of France and are being featured in a documentary. Attendance at the public concert implies permission to be included in the documentary.
“We are so fortunate to have a performance of such high caliber right in our own backyard,” says librarian Marinda Keller. “When daily activities like attending work or school no longer include time to enjoy live music, events like this free professional choir performance are invaluable to our community.”
Community members are reminded to bring their ZAP Summer Passport to get it stamped before or after the concert. Passports can be picked up at any County Library or downloaded.
- What: One Voice Children’s Choir Free Concert
- When: Saturday, July 8, 10:15 am
- Where: The County Library: Hunter (4740 W 4100 S, West Valley City)
- Note: Event outside; shade is limited.
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