VIDEO & PHOTOS: Celebrate Good Times With Voices of MetroWest Concert Saturday Night

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FRAMINGHAM – Voices of MetroWest held its first indoor concert since the pandemic on Friday night, November 18 at Fuller Middle School

Showcasing music from the 1980s, the show was about 90 minutes long, with an intermission.

Tickets are still available for the final performance on Saturday night, November 19 at 7 p.m. inside the Chris Walsh Memorial Auditorium.

Tickets are $15 at the door. Seating is general assignment.

Created in October 2008, Voices of MetroWest is a non-profit organization. Voices of MetroWest is a non-sectarian, co-ed, multi-generational and multi-cultural choir whose mission is to promote singing as an act of passion and compassion.

Framingham-based, and volunteer-run, all are welcome in the “no audition” group.

This weekend’s shows feature about 40 singers on stage, along with four band members.

Musical Director is Ethan Lobenstine, who is the choral music teacher at Framingham High.  

Band included Connor Vance on drums, Jackson Lenhart on guitar, Jim been on Bass, and Kate Russo on keyboard.

Long-time member Charlene Frary sang U2’s I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For.

Framingham High librarian Alison Courchesne was the soloist on Dolly Parton’s classic 9-5 which opened the show.

The final song of the night was Kool & the Gang’s Celebration.

In between, there was music from Madonna, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Pat Benatar, Wham, Bon Jovi, and The Breakfast Club’s classic, Don’t You Forget About Me by Simple Minds.

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