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Celebrating a Decade of Music, Continuo Arts Foundation Stages Cabaret Performance Feb. 12

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SUMMIT, NJ - Beginning its 10th Anniversary year, The Continuo Arts Foundation will host a Cabaret show February 12 that will also serve to kick-off the Foundation's annual fund initiative. The event will include song selections from the worlds of musicals, pop and classical literature, and will be held at Continuo Arts Conservatory Hall and begins at 7:30 p.m.

Continuo Arts features a intergenerational choral program with seven choirs for singers of all ages; producing concerts and premiering major choral and orchestral works in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Music Center at Strathmore.

Continuo Arts achievements include making history as the first U.S. organization to present a concert inside the Sistine Chapel, and appearing on the Paper Mill Playhouse main stage for forty-two shows premiering Disney’s “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” The Foundation opened their new Chatham Road facilities in Summit in September of 2016.

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“We are excited to celebrate with the community and to expand our musical offerings and outreach to local singers, artists and composers across greater New Jersey,” said Candace Wicke, Executive Director and Principal Conductor. “There will be performances by Conservatory and member soloists, ensembles, as well as hors d’oeuvres and beverages. There will be entertainment for everyone to enjoy.”

Tickets for the Cabaret show are priced at $10 and available by visiting continuoarts.com/upcomingperformances or by calling 908-264-5324.

For additional information regarding the Foundation, visit continuoarts.com.

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