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Choral group is joined by Musicians of Ma’alwyck for anniversary concert

The Thursday Musical Club chorus warms up with director Julie Panke, left, and accompanist Elinore Farnum before rehearsal at the First United Methodist Church. The chorus is celebrating 100 years.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The Thursday Musical Club chorus warms up with director Julie Panke, left, and accompanist Elinore Farnum before rehearsal at the First United Methodist Church. The chorus is celebrating 100 years.
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SCHENECTADY — What does a group do when it’s been around for 100 years? It celebrates. On Sunday, the Thursday Musical Club, an all-women’s chorus, will give a concert that marks “A Century of Song and Service.” The local chamber music group, the Musicians of Ma’alwyck, will be featured. “The concert will reflect various eras of the chorus,” said Julie Panke, the group’s director since 2003. That means besides such pop favorites as Gershwin’s “Love ...


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thoughtful
April 5, 2013
12:41 a.m.

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This concert sounds like a lot of fun! I plan on attending, and hope there will be a large audience with me to appreciate this music.

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