Life was a cabaret thanks to Durango Choral Society

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Life was a cabaret thanks to Durango Choral Society

Life was a cabaret thanks to Durango Choral Society

Alison Dance, center, puts her heart into “My Funny Valentine’” with Eli Rio on bass and Jeff Solon on saxophone at the Durango Choral Society’s Cabaret fundraiser at the Durango Arts Center on Saturday.
Dawn Spaeder, left, pauses during “Get Happy” to enjoy the Cabaret Combo, including Eli Rio on bass and Jeff Solon on saxophone at the Durango Choral Society’s Cabaret fundraiser at the Durango Arts Center on Saturday. Spaeder is also the organization’s executive director.
“They had it coming,” according to the singers on “Cell Block Tango” from Chicago at the Durango Choral Society’s Cabaret fundraiser at the Durango Arts Center on Saturday. They are, from left, Lori Fisher, Amanda Fresh, Sarah Choszczyk, Erin Sinberg, Dawn Spaeder and Mandy Gardner.
The Durango Herald’s police blotter has long been a community favorite, so Linda Mack Berven set a singing number to Handel and Bizet with favorite items from 911 calls at the Durango Choral Society’s Cabaret fundraiser at the Durango Arts Center on Saturday.
Linda Mack Berven gets into the spirit of collecting contributions from the audience at the Durango Choral Society’s Cabaret fundraiser at the Durango Arts Center on Saturday.
Mary Puller, who celebrated her retirement as director of exhibits at the Durango Arts Center on Friday, shares a moment with longtime DAC supporter Bob Westerwick during the festivities.
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