YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Five Yorktown teens were a part of the chorus that performed at The Paramount Hudson Valley’s "Christmas with the Celts” concert Thursday evening as part of the Cortlandt School of Performing Arts (CSPA).
The CSPA provides opportunities for students that study voice in their Croton studio and sent a younger group – the Kids Care Cabaret – to sing with David Benoit’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas” this month.
“Our Yorktown middle school vocalists are strong singers and I was happy to include them in this show,” said CSPA owner Carol Arrucci.
The conservatory experience at CSPA allows many opportunities for serious, talented singers. The students perform as soloists in recitals and sometimes join for special presentations such as the summer ensembles at The Jefferson Valley Mall or a cabaret show at the Laurie Beechman Theatre in New York City. Many of these middle and high school singers prepare for auditions and perform leading roles in their school and community theatre productions.
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