February 21 2017
We are dedicated to helping women find their voice-not just in singing but in life. Through our timeless accapella harmony, we provide an exciting, supportive, and enriching experience for our community.
Our director is the wonderful Mary Beth McMurray, who inspires us to reach new heights with each performance. We can be heard throughout the year, singing for civic and charitable organizations, private groups, churches, community events, and fundraisers.
We love to entertain by putting on our own musical events each year for the community, our friends, and families. We send "singing telegrams" on Mother's Day, and in an effort to stay committed to singing and performing at the highest level possible, we compete each year in a regional contest.
Please contact us to sing at your next special event!
The many happenings of CCSC see below..
Donna Robinson 2017 CCSC's WALL OF FAME
WALL OF FAME
Members of the Crescent City Sound Chorus of Sweet Adelines International voted Donna Robinson into the Sweet Adeline Wall of Fame. This honor is given to a member who has distinguished herself as a dedicated member. She is a seasoned Sweet Adeline, who has stepped up time and again during her years as a chorus member. She works hard to accomplish goals for the good of her chorus resulting in a recognizable difference. She is always available, working tirelessly for her chorus and sets a positive example of what a Sweet Adeline should be. Donna sings baritone. She co chair’s the Total Look committee, is Competition Coordinator, and a Rah Rah of the CCSC special entertainment committee.
Her picture will be posted at the Sweet Adeline Region 10 Competition with 21 winners from that district. This year’s competition is in Houston in the end of March.
CCSC Memories of a Wonderful Year
Crescent City Sound Chorus Gives Back To The Community
Members of Crescent City Sound Chorus presents a check to Nicolle Psilos of the American Heart Association. The check is a portion of the proceeds of CCSC's 2015 fundraising show.
Left, Elise Kerl, Debbie Mora, Nicolle Psilos, and Beth Sacco.