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The Treblemakers Choirs Set To Sing The Blues On June 25

Penelope Dale

By Penelope Dale

The Wasaga Beach and The Creemore Treblemakers Choirs are set to Sing the Blues in Collingwood on Saturday, June 25th. The concert will feature The Treblemakers adult community choirs, with pianist Richard Maddock. Special guests include The Adinkra Ensemble, and blues harmonica player and singer Mark "Bird" Stafford. The program will feature well-known hits, including "Flip, Flop and Fly," "Wooly Bully," and "Since I Fell For You."

Admittance is free; however, a valid ticket is required for entry. A freewill offering will be gratefully accepted at the concert, and will be used to support local community groups, as well as The Treblemakers Choirs choral workshop programs.

Formed in 2015 by Music Director Penelope Dale, The Treblemakers Choirs welcome adult singers of all ages. No prior musical education/experience is required in order to become a member -- just a love of music, and singing. The groups perform a wide variety of music, from jazz, pop, and rock, to blues, folk, world, and Broadway hits.

Registration is now open for The Wasaga Beach Treblemakers eight-week summer term, and Dale says that new members are always welcome to join. She notes that "a new Collingwood chapter of The Treblemakers is being started, with rehearsals set to begin in September, 2016."

To reserve concert tickets, or to learn more about becoming a Treblemaker, contact Penelope Dale at (705) 352-4595.

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