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Young Catholic Musicians perform

Young Catholic Musicians perform

The Young Catholic Musicians of St. Louis performed their annual summer tour concert last week at Epiphany Parish. The talented instrumentalists and singers represent 50 area parishes. The May 22 performance of ‘100 years of Broadway’ featured the music of Tin Pan Alley, Rodgers and Hammerstein and Traditional Broadway. The Young Catholic Musicians, whose members range in age from 11 to 20, now embark on their 2011 Summer Tour. Pictured above is Jessica Ambrose of Lindbergh High School. William Cooke photo

    Young Catholic Musicians perform

    Young Catholic Musicians perform

    The Young Catholic Musicians of St. Louis performed their annual summer tour concert last week at Epiphany Parish. The talented instrumentalists and singers represent 50 area parishes. The May 22 performance of ‘100 years of Broadway’ featured the music of Tin Pan Alley, Rodgers and Hammerstein and Traditional Broadway. The Young Catholic Musicians, whose members range in age from 11 to 20, now embark on their 2011 Summer Tour. Pictured above is Jessica Ambrose of Lindbergh High School. William Cooke photo

      Young Catholic Musicians perform

      William Cooke photo

      William Cooke photo

      The Young Catholic Musicians performed their 36th annual summer concert last week at Epiphany Parish. The talented instrumentalists and singers represent 50 area parishes. The May 23 performance featured patriotic and popular music, including ‘Dancing Queen’ and ‘You’re the One That I Want’ from ‘Grease.’ The Young Catholic Musicians, whose members range in age from 11 to 20, now will embark on their 2010 Summer Tour, traveling to Indiana and Toronto, Canada. The Rev. Bruce Forman serves as director of music while Mary Smith serves as director of the organization.

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