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Indiana State University Concert Choir

Indiana State University Concert Choir performed at First Presbyterian Church Friday as part of the Indiana Music Educators Association annual conference.

Visiting voices in the city

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Members of the Indiana State University Concert Choir perform Friday at First Presbyterian Church during the Indiana Music Educators Association‘s annual conference. The 45-member choir is under the direction of Scott Buchanan and presents music of all genres. Music teachers, professors, and students took classes and workshops, enjoyed performances in locations downtown and browsed through exhibitor booths at the conference, which ends today at Grand Wayne Center.

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