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The Branford Choir Wows Town on the Green

A new twist on some classic tunes.

I left the Branford green on Friday night with the same feeling you get when leaving the Comcast Theater in Hartford. The Choir (and supporting band) went above and beyond to entertain the community with their show .  Armed with a slew of classic songs, the choir took the stage to an otherwise unsuspecting crowd.  Performing cuts from Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, Toto and more the kids wowed the crowd with a performance that they will be sure to remember for a while.

CDs of the choir’s recent show “Rock ’n’ Roll Over Beethoven,” at Yale’s Woolsey Hall were on sale at the event. Proceeds benefit the’s Basic Needs Program.

TB August 15, 2011 at 02:55 PM
What an awesome show, such talented kids! Can't wait to buy a CD!
Carl Pantaleo August 15, 2011 at 11:55 PM
I saw Led Zeppelin in 1970 and Will Heibler sent me back to that concert when he performed "Kashimir". He performed the Robert Plant vocal with great authenticity and then returned to his place on the percussion to do his John Bonham impression on "Stairway to Heaven" . Pleasae buy the CD, which was taped at Woolsley Hall with a remarkable orchestra backing the singers. Cathyann Roding knocks it out tof the park once again.

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