Kulshan Chorus presents second Beatles sing-along

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDApril 23, 2013 

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The Kulshan Chorus joins with local band The Walrus, and with keyboardist Paul Klein and saxophonist Mark Kelly of The Atlantics, in a performance on Saturday, April 27, at Western Washington University.

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The Kulshan Chorus joins with local band The Walrus, and with keyboardist Paul Klein and saxophonist Mark Kelly of The Atlantics, in a concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at Western Washington University Performing Arts Center Mainstage Theatre.

The concert features the best of the Beatles, plus some of the most inspiring works from the repertoire of the Kulshan Chorus. Roger Griffith directs the 120 singers. Tickets at WWU Box Office, 360-650-6146, the downtown Community Food Co-op and Village Books.

This is a very special concert in which the community celebrates 25 years of chorus singing in the final concert under the direction of Griffith, founder of the Kulshan Chorus who will retire at season's end.

Tickets are $16 adults; $13 students, seniors, military in uniform; $7 ages 12 and younger. Tickets are available at WWU's box office, 360-650-6146, tickets.wwu.edu, the Community Food Co-op and Village Books.

Details: kulshanchorus.org.

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