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Statesboro Voice competition transitions to Bulloch Voices
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Your church choir, school chorus, university ensemble, fraternity or sorority group or neighborhood foursome can be seen on stage in the Emma Kelly Theater in 2020.

This year, the Statesboro Voice vocal competition is transitioning into the Bulloch Voices competition.

The competition will be opened up to spotlight local amateur singing groups instead of just individuals. From now until January 31, the Averitt Center will be accepting entries from talented trios to multi-member groups to showcase, uplift and celebrate the talents of more Bulloch County residents.

Soprano, mezzo-soprano, alto, tenor, baritone and bass? Gospel, pop, rock, soul or country? Enter your group by contacting Robert Cottle at rcottle@averittcenterforthearts.org, Rahn Hutcheson @ rhutcheson@averittcenterforthearts.org or by calling 912-212-2787. No registration fee is required.

After the January deadline, the groups who entered will be evaluated and chosen to participate in the event, which is currently scheduled for April 25.

Bulloch Voices is a fundraiser for the Averitt Center’s Creative Growth Capital Campaign, but each participating choral group will be presented with funds to help assist them with their individual missions. Bulloch Voices is sponsored by Renasant Bank.