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It's hard to believe, but IC voICes is now in it's tenth season! Where did the time go??! If you have heard us sing, and have always wanted to join us, now's the time to bust a move! Read on, and put us on your calendar...

Are you a member of the faculty/staff who loves to sing? Get back to Ithaca’s roots and grab a piece of our history…music! Did you know that our college has one of the only faculty/staff choirs in the country? Started in 2001 by Dr. Susan Avery, IC voICes offers a unique opportunity for faculty and staff to enjoy their vocal talents, meet friends across campus, and work with both talented College faculty and students! Afraid of an audition? Not to worry…none necessary! All we ask is that you bring your enthusiasm and love of singing to our weekly rehearsals every Tuesday during the fall semester at either or both of our rehearsal times: 12:00 to 1:00 pm (location TBA) and 4:30 to 5:30 pm (Room 1207, ground floor of the Whalen Center).  We will resume our normal Tuesday and Thursday rehearsal schedule during the spring semester.

Give us a try…you will find it time well spent! We guarantee a decade of fun, learning, and friendships that are priceless!

Those needing special accommodations should contact Dr. Susan Avery (savery@ithaca.edu) for assistance.

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