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Albuquerque Civic Chorus
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Cause Description:
Albuquerque Civic Chorus is a non-auditioned community-based choral organization open to all interested adults. Our backgrounds, ages, and experience are diverse but we all share a joy in singing and sharing that joy the public. Our mission is twofold: to develop and improve our musical abilities and to present quality programs, at a reasonable cost, to the general public.
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