HARRISON, N.Y. -- Singers from Harrison High School and SUNY Potsdam offer a cheerful reprieve from the cold on Wednesday with a 7 p.m. concert at the high school's performing arts center.
The Harrison High School Chorus and the Husky Harmonics will perform alongside the renowned Potsdam Pointercounts, an all-male group during "A Cappella Night."
The Potsdam Pointercounts dedicate themselves to educating students of all ages about a cappella music and bringing the love of the arts into schools. A cappella music holds historical and cultural significance and the Pointercounts strive to make students aware of one of the oldest forms of choral singing.
“The Harrison High School Performing Arts Department is thrilled to welcome the Potsdam Pointercounts to work with our choral students,” said Lynn Fusco, Harrison Central School District's director of Fine and Performing Arts.
“We are fortunate that this opportunity has been made possible through the support of our Board of Education, superintendent, administration, and parents, and we are looking forward to learning from and performing alongside this talented musical ensemble," Fusco said.
The event is open to the public and admission is free.See Attachment
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