Just Desserts Cabaret
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Choral Benefit 2014

Just Desserts Choral cabaret

saturday, april 26, 7:30 pm
First Presbyterian Church

The Music Center is pleased to announce the 2014 Choral Cabaret, Just Desserts, presented by the talented leaders of Ars Voce; Dr. Mark Wells, the Battle Creek Boychoir & Girls Chorus; Joel Snyder, the Community Music School of Battle Creek; Alexis Stark, and the Battle Creek Community Chorus; Dr. Clayton Parr.

Join us for a memorable evening at the First Presbyterian Church in downtown Battle Creek for an evening of quality musical entertainment, paired with delicious gourmet desserts.

Just Desserts benefits the many choral groups of The Music Center, keeping music learning, listening and performance opportunities accessible and affordable throughout South Central Michigan.

Tickets are just $25 for an evening of entertaining music from four of the area's best vocal talent and a sweet gourmet dessert!


For tickets and details, call The Music Center Box Office: 269.963.1911, option 1
Click here for a ticket order form.



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W.K. Kellogg Auditorium
60 West Van Buren Street
Battle Creek, MI 49017

Direction : Corner of Mc Camly St. & W. Van Buren. Auditorium is attached to W.K. Kellogg Jr High School. W.K. Kellogg Auditorium is across from Willard Libary Parking Lot & Clara's Restruant. Take I-94 to business loop M-66 North Bound. Turn west onto W. Van Buren approximately 3 blocks. 


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