Singers Company, a just-formed North Jersey performance group for young girls, wrapped up its first two concerts earlier this month and seeks new members for its spring series.
The group, founded in September by Fair Lawn resident Emily Pascual, is part of a growing network of Singers Company groups across the country that offer elementary age girls a non-competitive outlet for vocal performance.
Pascual, a stay-at-home mom who teaches piano lessons and also leads a children’s singing group at her church in Paterson, said this winter's inaugural Singers Company show received a great reception.
The girls performed their show "When Christmas Comes to Town," at both the Van Dyk Park Place Assisted Living Center in Hawthorne and the All Saints Episcopal Church in Glen Rock, where they practice every Monday at 5 p.m.
On Jan. 7, the group begins practice for its spring show, "I Enjoy Being a Girl: The Princess in Me." Girls in grades 1 through 4 are invited to join.
Classes cost $50 per month and range in size from 16 to 24 girls. Anyone interested in checking out the group risk-free is welcome to attend a free trial class in January.
For more information about Singers Company, visit the group's website.
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