The World’s Biggest Day of Generosity this year is on November 30. Yes, GivingTuesday is almost here! We are grateful to everyone who donated last year; thank you for the support we needed to keep singing.

Remember last year when the Cary Arts Center doors were closed? Nathan Leaf, our Artistic Director, guided us through online rehearsals and concert events. It certainly was an adjustment, but Concert Singers of Cary persevered and we were able to entertain many in our community even during a pandemic! In addition, knowing how difficult the pandemic was for everyone, we gave back to the community by organizing a very successful food drive to benefit Dorcas Ministries.

This year we are back at the Cary Arts Center where the doors have reopened. We have been safely rehearsing and are eager to perform again in person and share with you some beautiful, uplifting concerts. Our first performance this season will be Holiday Pops on Dec. 11 at 7:30PM.

During this Thanksgiving season, we wish you a harvest of blessings, good health and good times. And we hope that — once you’re done giving thanks and grabbing some great deals during Black Friday and Cyber Monday — you will consider giving a gift to the Concert Singers of Cary as part of your season of giving.

If you don’t want to wait until GivingTuesday, feel free to donate now by clicking the link below. You can also follow us on social media to get updates on our concerts and GivingTuesday campaign and donate there.

Thank you for supporting the Concert Singers of Cary. We love to sing and we look forward to singing for you.

Gratefully,
The Concert Singers of Cary

The Concert Singers of Cary

Cary Arts Center

101 Dry Avenue

Cary, NC 27511

(919) 249-6421

info@concertsingers.org

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