South Hills Children's Choir

Members of the South Hills Children's Choir perform at Providence Point.

South Hills Children’s Choir will hold a socially distanced outdoor concert at 4 p.m. June 4, wearing green masks while serenading the residents of Paramount Assisted Living in Peters Township.

With sound provided by Psycho Sound LLC, the choir will sing from the front parking lot while residents listen in the safety of their rooms. The performance features songs from the 1920s, ’30s, ’40s and other bygone eras, including “Ac-cent-chuate the Positive,” “You’ll Never Walk Alone” and “Play that Simple Melody.”

Sarris Chocolates will donate goodies to each resident, staff member and singer during the event.

The South Hills Children’s Choir is a nonprofit group dedicated to offering quality musical education for children from all walks of life in the surrounding community and celebrating diversity both in music and in Southwestern Pennsylvania’s youth. The choir aims to establish a life-long relationship with and respect for quality music in the singers’ and their families’ lives.

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