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Wichita, KS 67213

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“It’ll be a concert where people will laugh along the way and will want to sing with us along the way,” Nachtigal said. “They’ll recognize so many songs from when they were growing up. They just bring out fun memories.”

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The Wichita Eagle

2016 Annual Arts Council Awards

Posted on October 19, 2016 by hightouch

Arts Organization: Heart of America Men’s Chorus

Given to a public, not-for-profit organization that presents or provides arts opportunities to the Wichita community and region.

  

 

HOAMC - LET MUSIC LIVE on KAKE NEWS

  

7-13-10 KAKE News at 11:00 interview with Heart of America Chorus President Bradley Robertson about the Let Music Live concert.

 

HOAMC on KSN News at 10

 

7-18-10 KSN News at 10p news story showing the HOAMC "Let Music Live" concert at Plymouth Congregational Church, Wichita, KS

 

Heart of America Men’s Chorus sure to lift spirits - KWCH

 

A decade has passed since the Heart of America Men’s Chorus sang its first holiday program.

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Heart of America concert features TV theme songs - WICHITA EAGLE

“Sunday, Monday, Happy Days.”

Eviction will be even more difficult for those who attend this weekend’s 10th anniversary Heart of America Men’s Chorus spring concert. Titled “Stay Tuned,” the show is a collection of television theme songs performed by the 30-member chorus.


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Heart of America Men’s Chorus tackles bullying - WICHITA EAGLE

The Heart of America Men’s Chorus’ new show “For the Child in All of Us’ is geared toward children.

Read more here: http://www.kansas.com/entertainment/music-news-reviews/article1136245.html#storylink=cpy