“Victory through Harmony” Set for February 24th in LaGrange

Have you ever felt like taking a step back in time? It would be quite an experience to see the sights and hear the sounds of a decade you’ve never seen, or maybe one you have seen that brings back fond memories. The opportunity to do just that has presented itself in “Victory through Harmony”Songs that Won the War. This event will transport guests to the World War II era 1940’s through song. Attendees will get to dance to Big Band music once again – or maybe for the first time.

Below is a press release from The Choral Society of West Georgia: The Choral Society of West Georgia announces ‘Victory Through Harmony’ – Songs That Won The War, a musical tribute honoring the 73rd anniversary of the end of World War II. The concert will take place on Saturday, Feb. 24, at 6 p.m. in the Callaway Conference Center at West Georgia Technical College.

Tickets are $45 each and include dinner by Kimble’s, two glasses of wine, the concert, taxes, and service charge. Tickets can be purchased at Tournesol, the MarketPlace, Plum Southern in LaGrange, and from any member of the chorale. Due to the dinner buffet all tickets must be purchased no later than Monday, Feb. 19. No tickets will be sold at the door.

In addition to the Choral Society of West Georgia chorale, the concert will feature the Big Band sounds of the Auburn Knights Orchestra, professional storyteller Carol Cain as Rosie the Riveter, and Andrew Harry as guest accompanist and piano soloist.

The Chorale Board has invited all World War II veterans and their wives to be the guests of the chorale at no charge for this fabulous concert and dinner. Veterans and others should phone the Choral Society at 706-8822734 for information.

The concert will feature the great popular songs of the 1940’s performed by the Chorale and the Auburn Knights Orchestra. This includes ‘Sing, Sing, Sing’, ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy’, ‘The Joint Is Jumpin”, and others.

In addition, a dance floor will allow couples to dance the night away during dinner and while the Auburn Knights play.