Photos by Leslie Young
Community Chorus was founded in 1999 to help bring the community together in celebration of diversity. Now, more than ever, we all need to learn to sing together, listen to one another and respect our differences. For its efforts, the Chorus received Teaneck’s highest honor for community relations: The 2013 Matthew Feldman Award.
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Letter from the President:
Welcome to our 16th season! TCC is excited about the musical themes we will be celebrating at our winter and spring concerts. And, once again, our annual Teaneck Teen Idol competition will highlight our talented teens.
Our winter concert on January 25, 2015 will be a musical tribute to Pete Seeger and Nelson Mandela, and our spring concert on May 17, 2015 will be an intergenerational concert Forever Young, featuring choral voices from Teaneck's schools, with a guest appearance by Bob McGrath!
As the recipient of the 2013 Matthew Feldman Award for outstanding contributions to the Teaneck Community, TCC continues to exemplify the diversity that is Teaneck through song and our commitment to good causes! Our Artistic Director, Steven Bell, will be honored at the 2014 Teaneck Chamber of Commerce Community Service Awards Dinner for his contribution to the cultural arts of Teaneck!
Please spread the word that the Teaneck Community Chorus is making great music and producing wonderful shows!
Finally, please show your support for TCC - give securely via PayPal! See you at our concerts!
Pamela K. Zeldin, President
Teaneck Community Chorus
August 9, 2015 – 7 pm
Community Sing Along
Join us as the Teaneck Community Chorus hosts its second summer sing. Bring a friend and enjoy singing with us, karaoke style, and making new friends!
Room 2B, Richard Rodda Community Center, at the south end of Votee Park, Teaneck
RSVP to Sue Akiska 201.836.2934
“Your wonderful programs, choice of songs, outreach to youngsters of the community is such an important example of how people can work together,” commented Puffin Executive Director, Gladys Miller-Rosenstein.