Cleveland’s Got Talent, a benefit concert, will be presented Saturday, 7:30 p.m., at Cleveland State Community College’s George R. Johnson Theater.
Cleveland’s Got Talent, a benefit concert, will be presented Saturday, 7:30 p.m., in Cleveland State Community College’s George R. Johnson Theater.
The proceeds from the concert will go toward funding the 2018-19 orchestra season of Cleveland Orchestra of Tennessee.
All tickets will be sold at the door for a $15 donation.
A wide range of ages and styles will be showcased at Cleveland’s Got Talent.
While many of the performers are students at CSCC and Lee University, there are also community members from Cleveland and Chattanooga.
Performers will be Caitrin Anderson, Caroline Dale, Karen Dale, Conrad Dedicatoria, Cecelia Fornuto, Marietta Giraldo, Sarah Kalla, Johnny Krause, Brooke McMahan, Joe Meyer, Caitlin Overton, Danielle Seals and Mary Beth Torgerson.
Judges for the event will be KZ-106 radio personality Rick Zeisig, recording artist and associate pastor for leadership and worship at Abba’s House in Hixson Ken Hartley and Voices of Lee founding director Danny Murray.
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