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  • TOTR Sings for Arkansas Sounds Music Festival
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  •  Thu, Oct 5 2017

    Friday, October 27, 7:00 p.m.
    CALS Ron Robinson Theater
    100 River Market Avenue
    General Admission: FREE and open to the public

    Award winning-women's chorus, Top of the Rock, and all-male barbershop chorus, Acapella Rising, come together for a free concert. Top of the Rock currently has over 60 singers of all ages, from all walks of life, and all parts of the greater Little Rock area. Acapella Rising consists of approximately 30 men. It was chartered in 1955 as a chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America, Inc. It is part of the largest non-profit men’s singing group in America with more than 34,000 members. It is the only men's chorus of this type in Little Rock.

    Doors to the theater open at 6:00 p.m.

  • TOTR Patron Drive 2017
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  •  Mon, Oct 2 2017

    Support the arts in Arkansas with Top of the Rock Chorus

     
    Top of the Rock Chorus is a chapter of Sweet Adelines International and is committed to advancing the musical art form of barbarshop harmony through performance, competition and education.

    Join us for a year of local performances, regional and international competitions and new and exciting educational programs.

    Our more than 60-member chorus, based in Little Rock, performs numerous times each year in the central Arkansas area and competes both regionally - with other choruses from Arkansas Texas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Kansas, and Missouri - and internationally.

    As a 501(c)(3) organization, we rely on core funding from our performances and the generosity of our patrons. By becoming a patron you will have the opportunity to help TOTR with:
    • Sponsoring a Young Women In Harmony Event to introduce girls and young women ages 14-26 to the world of a cappella singing
    • Supporting local charities, educational programs and community outreach endeavors.
    • Partnering with an international literacy program, Little Fre Library, to bring free book exchanges to local neighborhoods.
    • Continuing the high-quality performance tradition established by Top of the Rock Chorus.
    • Supporting barbershop music, a uniquely American form of four-part a cappella harmony
    Our patrons come from many different backgrounds but are unite by the same goal - to support those who endeavor to preserve music and educate others about its benefits and joys, and to serve the community through performances and donations.

     
    Attachment:
    2017 Patron Drive Information
  • Schwan's Cares Campaign
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  •  Tue, Aug 29 2017
    Schwan's Cares Campaign
    For over 65 years, Schwan's Home Service has been delivering high-quality, family-pleasing foods that are flash-frozen for freshness and flavor and conveniently delivered to your door. By placing an order through Schwans.com a portion of the sales will come back in support of our campaign!
  • The Cigar Box Men Show
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  •  Fri, Aug 25 2017
    Top of the Rock was so excited to be part of The Cigar Box Men in Hot Springs on Aug. 26. Look for a repeat of this show in Hot Springs Village next April. This musical extravaganza about Prohibition in Hot Springs is being put on by the FunCity Chorus. You won't want to miss it!

    The Fun City Chorus, along with Roxanna Collingwood, Clyde Adams and the always fabulous Top of the Rock women's chorus, tell a musical story of moonshine days in the Hot Springs area, including 'Dark Corner'. Join Jimmy Young, author of The Cigar Box Men, as we take a stroll in some of the wild, wild days in Hot Springs history
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