Carrabba's Lunch

Support the Winston-Salem Youth Chorus

while enjoying your lunch at Carrabba’s Italian Grill

Carrabba’s is opening its doors for lunch on

Thursday March 5th    11:30 am-1:30 pm

Menu includes: Chicken Marsala, Caesar salad,

Penne Pomodoro and beverage             

You can Dine in or Take out!

(Dine-in Includes Soft Drink, Gratuity not included)    

Tickets are ONLY $20.00  

Tickets must be purchased in advance

Tickets can be purchased online (click HERE),

Tickets are now available for upcoming shows and events!

Make A Difference, Support Us With a One Time Gift!

Give kids a voice! Put a song in the heart of your special chorus member by making a generous, tax-deductible gift in honor of your chorus member. Your donation will continue to have a positive impact in their lives for years to come and is a great way to honor birthdays, holidays, milestones and achievements.

When you make a Winston-Salem Youth Chorus gift, your loved one will receive a beautiful card sent by email or by postal mail letting them know about the gift in their name. Your name will also be listed in the Winston-Salem Youth Chorus playbill.

The Winston-Salem Youth Chorus is a division of Piedmont Opera. Financial information about this organization and a copy of its license are available from the Charitable solicitation Licensing Section at 888-830-4989. The license is not an endorsement by the State.

“Music is a more potent instrument than any other for education.” – Plato

 

“I would teach children music, physics and philosophy; but most importantly music, for the patterns in music and all the arts are the keys to learning.” – Plato

Testimonials:

Auditioning (for WSYC) was one of the best things I have ever done. Singing in that group was a large part of my childhood, providing me with not only the fundamentals of music and performing but also some of the best friends and experiences I have ever had… I am sure that my participation in the Winston-Salem Youth Chorus helped lead me to where I am today.

Miriam Schildkret

2002 WSYC alumna, now graduated from Ithaca College in Vocal Performance

WSYC embraced not only my love for music, but  allowed me to be myself.  As I matured  through the years that I was a member of the Youth Chorus, I learned so  much about music, my voice, friendships and myself.  It was a turning point in my life that has  made me into the person I am today, and for that, I am extremely grateful.

Ellen Bryan

2005 WSYC alumna, now graduated from Webster University Theatre Arts Conservatory in Acting & Musical Theatre

I just bought a copy of your fine CD with WSYC (Hear the Angels Sing).  The title is certainly apt as the choir does  indeed sound angelic!  Congratulations to  you and all the WSYC members for splendid, gorgeous, and sumptuous sound!

Scott Carpenter

Organist and Coordinator of Music Programs, Old Salem Museums & Gardens

I want to extend my deepest gratitude to  each of you for the first-rate World Premiere that you gave my The Gift of Music…in every way  you made the piece your own.  The  performance was solid technically, had excellent diction and was expressively  sung.  You truly brought the piece to  life in a magnificent way!  Barbara  Beattie deserves huge accolades for the superb training that she gives  all of you in the Winston-Salem Youth Chorus on a weekly basis.  With her brilliant leadership, David  Pulliam’s sensitive accompanying….and solid parental support all contribute to  make your ensemble a treasured resource of our community.

Dan Locklair

Nationally-recognized composer and Professor of Music, Wake Forest University

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