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Annual barbershop Christmas show Dec. 11 in SaddleBrooke

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Posted: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 12:00 am

Time is near for the annual Christmas show presented by the Canada Del Oro Barbershop Chorus and friends in SaddleBrooke.

This year’s performance is Saturday, Dec. 11, at 7 p.m. in the DesertView Theatre.

“Celebrate the Christmas season with rousing song,” an invitation reads. Tickets, priced at $19 each, are on sale at the Mountain View Clubhouse, 825-2818, or through the website at www.dvpac.net.

For the past four years, the Barbershop Christmas show has been a sellout. It features SaddleBrooke’s own CDO men’s chorus, directed by Nancy Bergman and associate director Rogers Hornsby. This year’s headliner is international senior quartet champion Audacity. Also featured is the women’s regional Sweet Adeline quartet champion One Voice, and the “amazing” harmonies of PHX from Phoenix.

The Canada del Oro Barbershop chorus invites any man, with or without prior singing experience, to visit and sing every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Mariposa Room at the DesertView Theatre.

For information, call Sal Grisaffe at 825-5495, Don Bott at 825-2056, or Gene Kessler at 818-6660.

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