Celebrate our wonderful, talented community through song with more than 50 vocalists from the Fairfield area on the Sondheim stage on Thursday November 2 at 7:30 pm. The long list of singers includes the 30 member 'Everybody Sings' choir directed by Carol Negro, Prairie Harmony Shape Note Singers, Emily Roth, Steve and Michaela McLain, Tim Britton, Frank Cenatori, Keith DeBoer, Jeffrey Hedquist, Jonas Magram, Ulrike Selleck, Torie Hollingsworth, Emily Cantafio Poole, Amine Kouider, Paulina E., Allison Metcalf and many more.
The human voice is considered the supreme instrument, capable of expressing the most refined sentiments of the heart as well as the highest spiritual aspirations. Early humans sang out their feelings long before they were able to speak their thoughts. There is no human culture, no matter how remote or isolated, that does not sing. Any activity that involves singing, including both performing and listening, is important to keep your heart healthy. The body produces 'feel good' hormones called endorphins that rush through your body when you sing or listen to singing.
All concert proceeds benefit the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center and Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts.