Two Vocal Quartets in Benefit Concert for Women’s Chorus

On Friday, April 6 at 7:30 pm in the Centre Congregational Church parlor, a benefit concert for the Brattleboro Women’s Chorus will be performed by two local-area vocal quartets, the Seymour Sisters and Singcrony.

The Seymour Sisters are Betsy Williams, Laura Williams, Beth Spicer, and Kate Wolff, who sing old-time, gospel, country and swing, as well as play a combination of banjo, mandolin, guitar, dobro and stand-up bass.

Singcrony is an a cappella quartet consisting of Carrie Walker, Beth Kiendl, Ruth Allard, and Andrea Matthews. They have been singing together for 8 years and love close harmonies and especially swing jazz.

An array of desserts made by chorus members, which always means something delicious, will be available, and after the hour-long-or-so concert there will be the opportunity to socialize. Admission is by donation of $10-$20, and all proceeds benefit the chorus.

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