Binghamton Children’s Choir to Perform at Home for the Holidays at Roberson
The Binghamton’s Children Choir is getting set to lend its voice to the Home for the Holiday festivities at the Roberson Mansion on Front Street.
The group of 18 singers between the ages of 7 and 12 are preforming holiday music interspersed with choreography Saturday, December 15 at 2 p.m.
The Binghamton Children’s Choir is open to children living in the Greater Binghamton area and is funded through donations, grants and sponsorships.
The kids have recently lent their voices to a number of events, including the singing of the National Anthem at the Binghamton Rumble Ponies and Devils games.
The choir is taking new members for the spring session. For more information on membership or for helping in the form of sponsorships, go to www.binghamtonchildrenschoir.org or call (607) 304-1359.
The group is just getting started and has grown to 18 singers over the past year with three volunteer staff-members.
The Binghamton Children’s Choir operates under the auspices of the United Presbyterian Church.