Friday, August 6, 2010

Saturday To-Do: Top of the Rock Chorus

Posted By on Fri, Aug 6, 2010 at 10:00 AM

7 p.m., Pulaski Academy Performing Arts Center. $10-$20.

Since being founded almost 50 years ago, the Top of the Rock Chorus, a Little Rock women's vocal group, has grown into a 70-person organization, with members aged 13 to 86, taking their four-part barbershop a cappella stylings across the country for numerous conventions and competitions. This week, the chorus is at Pulaski Academy for "Hot August Night," a choreographed night of vocal gymnastics and sequined costumes as the Top of the Rock Chorus performs "Backstage," a song-and-dance-filled peek into what goes on behind the scenes. Two quartets, Timeless and Rockstar, are set to open the night.




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