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Jersey Harmony Chorus Invites Guest Singers to “Hear the Jingle” Show

The Jersey Harmony Chorus will present their show, “Hear the Jingle,” a Holiday Harmony Cabaret, on Friday, Dec. 11 at 7:30 p.m.

The Chorus would like to offer women singers of all levels the opportunity to enjoy the support, friendship, and rewards of performing on stage, with all the costumes, the glitter, the excitement of the winter holidays, presenting our “Come Sing With Us” free coaching and performance program. This unique opportunity is a holiday gift from the chorus to you. The show will feature individual acts as well as the chorus presentation.

As part of their “Come Sing with Us” program, all interested women singers are invited to join the chorus to perform during a special guest segment of the show. Guest singers are asked to attend a minimum of five vocal lessons/rehearsals on Monday evenings before the event, starting October 26th. Guests need not become members to perform with Jersey Harmony at this venue.

The rehearsals and the show are held at Griggstown Reformed Church Recreation Hall, 1065 Canal Rd., Princeton. Jersey Harmony is a four-part harmony a cappella women’s chorus, performing a variety of popular music from past decades to the present.

You will take part in vocal coaching of four-part harmony, the fun and experience of being on the risers with the most enthusiastic, friendly group of women singers you can find, and become a STAR onstage with the chorus in a special “guest section” of the show. For registration and more information, contact Carole at or call 732-236-6803.

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