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Voices to belt out favorites Oct. 29

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Native Texan Dr. Arturo Ortega leads many voices from the community as conductor of the Voices of Flower Mound. (Photo by Helen’s Photography)
Native Texan Dr. Arturo Ortega leads many voices from the community as conductor of the Voices of Flower Mound. (Photo by Helen’s Photography)

The Voices of Flower Mound, directed by Dr. Arturo Ortega and accompanied by Dr. Migeun Chung, will present “More Today Than Yesterday,” a concert of favorites from the 1960s, ‘70s, and ‘80s, on Saturday, October 29, at 7 p.m.

The ever popular “Unchained Melody”, “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You”, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”, “Be My Baby”, and “Run Around Sue”, a doo-wop originally recorded and made popular by Dion DiMucci in 1961, will be among the selections presented.

The Voices of Flower Mound, a community chorus, was founded 10 years ago. In addition to its regular concerts, the VFM performs with the Flower Mound Symphony Orchestra and the Trietsch Memorial United Methodist Church chancel choir in both an annual patriotic and a Christmas concert.

The chorus has also participated in performances of Mozart’s Requiem Mass and Handel’s Messiah with the Flower Mound Symphony. In another annual event, the VFM joins forces with orchestral and choral musicians from several area churches and community choruses in “Rejoice”, a concert to raise funds for CCA.

The October 29th concert will take place at Flower Mound Community Church, 3515 Cross Timbers Road, on the south side of FM 1171 and Glenwick Blvd.

Advance tickets, priced at $12 for adults and $8 for seniors and students, may be purchased on line by credit card or PayPal, available on the VFM website – voicesofflowermound.com.

Ticket prices at the door are $15 for adults and $10 for senior and students. Group and family prices are available on request by contacting Ron Miller, 972-899-2238.

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