The chorus will offer two performances of "Joy from the World" at the Methodist Church on Main St.
December 6th at 7pm
December 10th at 3pm
Join us for a multicultural mix of music celebrating the season of light.
Tickets are available on the KAAHC website, from chorus members and at the door.
Lallette Kistler director
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~Very young students can start off with any inexpensive keyboard (touch sensitive preferred) until interest is assured and fingers grow stronger $50-$200
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~Serious students should have something with 88 fully weighted keys ($400-$5000 ex: YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action). I personally prefer Yamaha or, if you have room, an acoustic (real) piano.
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