Embracing music, engaging community, enriching lives...
We know that music has the power to bring people together, to make our community healthier and to improve the quality of life for our neighbors. The ICC’s Sing-A-Thon presented by Anthony Team Realty gives us all a chance to show everyone in our community the power of music and the benefits that can come from making music all while raising money for our programs and outreach efforts throughout the year.
On Friday June 7, ICC current singers, parents, alumni, supporters, friends corporate partners and other community members (really, ANYONE!) will come together to SING and make music via a live broadcast on the ICC website and Facebook page. Participants will sing and make music as part of teams, as individuals and as part of a mass choir experience.
Here are ways that you can participate:
- Register as a team and sing as a group
- Sing a solo
- Sing in the Mass Choir Experience - starting at 7:30pm on June 7th at Butler University
- For Those Who Sing Only in the Car, Kitchen, or Shower - Participate From Wherever You Are
You do not need to sing to participate.
Music has the power to bring our community together - and that's what ICC's Sing-A-Thon is all about. Josh Pedde, ICC's Artistic Director, tells us why the Sing-A-Thon is important!
The more you fundraise the more points you'll earn towards cool prizes and the more you'll help your team and our mission.
Raise $100 and you will also get a sweet ICC water bottle.
Raise $250 and you will also get an awesome ICC messenger bag.
Don't want to sing a solo or perform with a group? Be part of our MASS CHOIR EXPERIENCE!
Cantantes Angeli choir will join others just like you to learn a simple song a perform it on Facebook Live. It is a very low stress/no-judgement environment. We just want you to experience the power that music has to bring people together!
It will all take place at the Sing-A-Thon Event - June 7th at 7:30pm at LIlly Hall on the Butler Campus
We will learn a simple song together and then perform it on Facebook Live at 8pm.
All participants receive a "Race bib" to let others know why they sing.
Let the world know that music is important!