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Lyric Choir honors founding, plans for summer

2:46 PM, May 1, 2013  |  Comments
Spectators watch from the balcony Sunday at the performance of the Wausau Lyric Choir at the First Presbyterian Church in Wausau.
Spectators watch from the balcony Sunday at the performance of the Wausau Lyric Choir at the First Presbyterian Church in Wausau.
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The Wausau Lyric Choir performed two concerts over the weekend at the First Presbyterian Church in Wausau in honor of the group's 40-year history. Invited guests included founding conductor Lowell Larson and former directors Phil Buch and Larry Brandenburg.

Up next for Wausau Lyric Choir is a fundraiser called Summer Serenade on June 9 at the Great Hall on ArtsBlock. Cocktails and a silent auction start at 5 p.m., and dinner and entertainment will begin at 6 p.m. The theme for this year's entertainment is Songs from the Silver Screen, with costumes to match the music.

Choir members serve desserts, catered by Rockman's. Money raised supports expenses for choir members when they go on tour and to fund scholarships to local high school, University of Wisconsin Marathon County and UW-Stevens Point choral students.

All photos by Dan Young/Daily Herald Media

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