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Don’t Miss SING OUT! on Dec. 29

 

Looking for fun holiday plans this weekend? Youth in Arts’ award-winning teen a cappella group `Til Dawn performs its annual SING OUT!, a fabulous concert fundraiser for the troupe’s scholarship fund. `Til Dawn is the Bay Area’s longest-running, year-round teen a cappella ensemble.

Sunday’s concert features alumni headliners and sisters Stevie Greenwell and Erin Honeywell. Still Dawn, a chorus of more than 40 `Til Dawn alums, will also perform. When the singers take the stage at 7 p.m. at the Osher Marin JCC in San Rafael, it’s a beautiful blend of fabulous voices. The ensemble sings a mix of rock, pop, blues, jazz and contemporary hits.

Renowned director Austin Willacy said the event celebrates the community of more than 100 present and past members. “SING OUT! is an important event because it’s all about celebration and reconnection,” Willacy said. “Our extended musical family is convening at the same time that biological families and chosen families are doing the same.”

When he’s not directing, Willacy performs as a solo artist and with his own a cappella group, The House Jacks.

SING OUT! headliner Greenwell performs with the Thrive Choir and the Jazz Mafia Choral Syndicate. She is the founder and director of the Thrive Community Choir and the artistic director of the Diablo Women’s Chorale, and on the faculties of Stanford Jazz Camp and Own the Mic.

Honeywell is an award-winning Bay Area vocalist and songwriter who performs all over the world. She will soon release a full album collaboration with her soul band OTIS, as well as more of her original music. She also teaches private voice and chorus at San Domenico school and co-founded Own the Mic , a camp for middle and high school students.

“This is a unique and accessible way to experience the inspiration that happens when youth create art in our community – a perfect event during the holiday season,” said Youth in Arts’ Executive Director Kristen Jacobson.

SING OUT! tickets are $25 for youth; $35 for general admission, and $250 for VIP tables (seats 4 and includes champagne) and can be purchased here.

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