Meridian Herald presents a festival in Decatur this weekend called “Sing!”
That’s just one word, but it encompasses several events this weekend. Meridian Chorale conductor, Steven Darsey, spoke to “City Lights” about the concert. He brought along the featured tenor soloist, Timothy Miller.
Tim is also the man who sings “God Bless America” during the seventh inning stretch at the Atlanta Braves home games.
City Lights’ host Lois Reitzes spoke with them both ahead of this weekend’s festivities.
Noon: Jazz Trio: Misha Stefanuk, Joe Gransden, Bill van Dyke
12:30 p.m.: Story time from the Little Shop of Stories
1 p.m.: HARMONY: Atlanta’s International Youth Chorus, directed by Joyce Ketchie Carr
2 p.m.: Taylor Tookes, violin; Zoe Willingham, violin-guitar (HS Students with Franklin Pond Chamber Music and the ASO Talent Development Program)
2:30 p.m.: Decatur Capoeira
3 p.m.: Decatur Civic Chorus, directed by Scott Keesey
3:30 p.m.: Community Sing A Long led by Steven Darsey and Timothy Miller
Located at the Decatur Bandstand
7 p.m.: The Meridian Chorale and Popular Song, Historic Dekalb Courthouse