The Appalachian Children’s Chorus (ACC) is joined once again by the Martin Luther King, Jr. Male Chorus to kick off the holiday season. Performing for the first time the week before Thanksgiving, ACC will usher in a celebration of holidays that brings family and friends together. In a collaboration of sight and sound. The event on Sunday, Nov. 17, at 3 p.m. at the Clay Center, Clay Square, Charleston, will be packed with singing, dancing and amazing musicians. With the theme of a magical journey through the night into sunrise, the children will raise their voices in songs of dreams, the moon and stars and the beauty of the dawn.
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