New Berlin Art Forum begins season with Woods Tea Co. this weekend

NEW BERLIN – With thirty-five years of experience, the New Berlin Art Forum proudly announces its 2009 – 2010 performing arts series for the enjoyment of the community.

The Woods Tea Company, that uses a variety of instruments to make great music, will start off the new season. Woods Tea Company, Vermont’s Famous Folk Group, is scheduled to perform in New Berlin Saturday, Oct. 3 at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium of the Unadilla Valley Central School, Route 8, New Berlin. This group is popular in this area and other areas with about 120 performances a year from pubs to Lincoln Center. Including a mix of old favorites and new material their famous audience interaction will transport everyone into an evening of folk, Celtic, sea shanties, French Canadian and bluegrass musical fun. Established in 1981, Wood Tea Co. has a goal to please the audience.



The Singing Boys of Pennsylvania was founded in 1970 as the Pocono Boy Singers and they have won great acclaim throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, England and Japan. The company consists of young artists – aged 10 to 14 – selected from the ranks of the organization’s training choir who have been rigorously prepared for two or more years. Their fast-moving format has been enthusiastically received by audiences on both sides of the Atlantic, throughout Japan, as well as by critics who have applauded the choir’s imaginative and versatile programming. The remarkable proficiency which the choir brings to performances has been demonstrated in hundreds of recitals for colleges and universities from Oxford to Stanford, many Community Concert Associations and hundreds more schools and churches. The Singing Boys of Pennsylvania is an attraction with wide appeal and is sure to delight our audience with an irresistible format of music and entertainment on Sunday, Nov. 15 at 4 p.m. at St. Andrew’s Church on S. Main Street, New Berlin.


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