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Music, Music – The not so Silent “M” in Education

November 15, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.

Is there anyone in town who has not heard Roger Moss sing?  He seems to be everywhere and Savannah’s most ardent promoter of music for all. But now there is a chance to hear him speak (not sing) about his passion – The Savannah Children’s Choir and its role in the community.

The Friends of Massie are pleased to announce that Roger Moss will be the next speakerrogerpianohymn for History and Learning  Lecture Series on November 15 at the Massie Heritage Center, 209 East Gordon Street. Savannah 31401. This event is free and open to the public. The doors open at Massie at 6:00 PM and his talk will begin at 6:30 PM.  Seating is limited.  Come for an evening of learning to think big. You may leave humming

Roger Moss Jr. is originally from Chattanooga, TN where he received numerous awards for civic as well as artistic accomplishments. A graduate of Wheaton College. Roger’s extensive performance career includes signing for the Archbishop of Canterbury, singing to sold-out crowds with the Savannah Symphony Orchestra as well as the Hilton Head and Beaufort Symphonies.

Moss; aim when co-founding the Savannah Children’s Choir was to create a positive way for locsl children to represent their community and showcase positive accomplishments. He also believes that through education an performance, to instill in the next generation a love of the beauty and variety of American music.

Roger’s boundless energy and enthusiasm are an inspiration to all who work with him, as is his life philosophy – “You can never dream too big.”

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