MONTGOMERY—Members of the glee club at the Westridge School in Pasadena, Calif., will share their vocal talents during a concert at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum on Monday, March 30.
The free performance will begin at noon in the museum auditorium and is open to the public.
“We have had several visiting choral groups share their talents with us and we are most pleased to add this one to the list,” said museum director Georgette Norman.
The Westridge School Glee Club performs choral music from the past four centuries during concerts throughout the year. In the past, the group has performed at Carnegie Hall and traveled to New York City, Hawaii and Japan.
The Westridge School is a private school for girls founded in 1913.