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Coshocton Choral program features Broadway music

| April 24, 2017

COSHOCTON – The Coshocton City Schools combined choral music department presented their spring program, “Main Street to Broadway” in McKinley Auditorium at the high school on Sunday afternoon, April 23 with a special appearance by 3MP, a registered Sweet Adelines International Quartet. Three seniors were lauded prior to the program: Lauren Annabelle Babcock, Michaela Rae Hysong and Noah Ryan Kaser. Heath Chaney, class of 2007, was a special guest performer and is pictured with Lauren Babcock in a scene from the program. Michael Blowers is the director of high school choral studies and activities. Richard Early serves as the dance director and choreographer for the Coshocton High School choir. The choir is planning a trip to Newark to sing at the Midland Theater next month and New York City this spring and intends to see a Broadway performance.

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