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The Tucson Girls Chorus is proud to enter its 29th year providing music education to girls in the Tucson community and surrounding areas. On Saturday, August 16th, the TGC will have a free Open House from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the main rehearsal hall located at 4020 E. River Road, just inside the Mehls Foothills Park. We will open our rehearsal hall to new members who have a passion for singing and want to learn more about our program, the different level of choirs, and the possibility of registering and auditioning for entrance into the TGC. The registration fee will be waived for girls that attend and enroll at the Open House.

Kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high school students and parents are invited to come and learn more about what the Tucson Girls Chorus has to offer and meet the Advanced and Jubilate choirs who will share their personal experiences with the TGC.

The Tucson Girls Chorus has been providing unique music opportunities since 1985 and continues to expand the musical tradition of choral singing under the musical leadership of Dr. Molina. Choral singing has key benefits such as increased socialization skills, improved overall academic performance, volunteerism and support for other art forms.

If you would like more information, please contact the TGC office at 520-577-6064 or visit the TGC website at Anyone interested in our program that cannot make the Saturday Open House is welcome to make an appointment to audition at a later time. Open Enrollment for the 2017-15 singing year is held until the end of September 2014.

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