Because of the Coronavirus outbreak, 2020 Region 10 Competition in Houston is cancelled.
CCSC partnered with Slidell Camellia Quilters to raffle a beautiful hand made quilt. Lilli Arning, Finance Committee, right and Donna Robinson, Team Leader left, presented a check to Judy Theriot, CCSC member and president of Slidell Camellia Quilters.
Slidell Camellia quilters have approximately 75 members that meet once a month to share knowledge and ideas of quilting with each other. They have been together for 33 years. They do charity work for local organizations such as fire and police departments, Hospice, Heiper International to provide Christmas stockings to local soldiers in Afghanistan.
The lucky winner of the raffle was Marilyn Stewart of New Orleans.
Crescent City Sound Chorus has been asked to be the official mic testers for the Harmony Classic competition. This will take place September 17th at the Smoothie King Arena. “Our chorus was chosen based our high competition scores and consistently being one of the top 5 choruses in Regional Competitions for many years. We take this honor very seriously as we will be singing for thousands of Sweet Adelines from all over the world,” events coordinator Kitty Warner said.
Emily Lapouble, New Member Shepherdess welcomes our newest members Gabby Ethridge, Andie Porter, Kathy Cooke,Robin Stead and Hope Barnhill (missing from picture)
|Meet Crescent City Sound Chorus's Team Leaders for 2019-20.|
Mary Beth, McMurray, Director; Lynda Grass, Marketing;
Kitty Warner, Event Coordinator; Donna Robinson, Team Leader;
Janie Saslow, Communications; Beth Sacco, Past Team Leader and
Sue Englebert, Finance and Karla Crenshaw, Membership( not in picture)
Back row: Niki Mouton (lead), Jeannine Thibodaux (lead), Sheryl York (bass)
Middle row: Ann Cafiero (lead), Rebecca Emel (tenor)
Front row, left to right: Susan Domangue (baritone), Beth Sacco (bass), Debbie Mora (bass)
|A few members of Crescent City Sound Chorus recently appeared on Peggy Scott-Laborde's "Steppin' Out" program on WYES to promote our Fall show. |
Great job ladies!
From left: Jeannine Thibodaux, Lois Robert, Beth Sacco, Sue Englebert, Rebecca Emel, Carolyn Weaver, Susan Domangue, Lynda Grass, Debbie, Mora, Jayne McGee; Director: Mary Beth McMurray
View a Clip from the Progam
|CCSC's very own Fleur de Lis quartet recently appeared on WWL's morning show to promote our Fall show.|
Thank you ladies for representing us so well!
From left: Beverly Traub, tenor; Jeannine Thibodaux, lead; Sheryl York, bass; Nan Ledet, baritone
Click Here to Watch the Interview
Thanks to a generous grant from the New Orleans Hash House Harriers, made possible by their yearly Red Dress Run event, Crescent City Sound Chorus was able to host our first Young Women in Harmony Pitch Camp!
Pitch Camp was a fun, one-week workshop that introduced participants to the Sweet Adelines International program called “Young Women in Harmony." This educational program targeted young women ages 12 to 26 and offered over 16 hours of music education, culminating in a free community performance.
The program had 16 participants from all over the New Orleans area. The participants were enthusiastic and engaged in the education process. With donated facilities from Delgado and the University of New Orleans, and the NOH3 grant, Pitch Camp was able to provide an excellent, diverse educational experience.
In preparation for Pitch Camp, CCSC completed an aggressive educational outreach campaign to over 90 schools and private groups. This included personal visits to many schools and a marketing campaigns to introduce our organization to the community as well as to music educators. We offered in-class music education programs as part of the outreach. We were able to give a class at Sacred Heart Academy this Spring.
Within just 48 hours of posting the Pitch Camp performance on Facebook live, (Click Here to view it ) there were over 800 views and the post reached over 1450 people. That is a very strong start from a small group for our first time running this event!
Based on our Pitch Camp success and the enthusiasm for this music education program, we intend to pursue making Pitch Camp an annual event!
CCSC would like to thank all those involved with Pitch Camp including, parents, participants, educators, NOH3, Delgado, University of New Orleans, and of course, our Pitch Camp committee and CCSC members and staff that worked so hard to bring this educational program together!
See you next Summer!
Click Here to see photos from the event!
Maker Faire is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers to artists to scientists to crafters, Maker Faire is a venue for these "makers" to show hobbies, experiments, projects.
We call it the Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth - a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness.
Glimpse the future and get inspired!
|CCSC performed for the Fun Seekers Club in Harahan with Sandra LeBlanc|
After Hurricane Katrina, CCSC became homeless. Harahan Senion Citizens facility offered them a home. They rehearsed there for many months until they could return to Delgado. Thank you Harahan. !
|Sue Galliano and Mary Callias received their pins for 40 years of service and singing with Sweet Adelines. They are being congratulated by Mary Beth McMurray, director and Jane Soslow, membership chair.|