Salem Select Girls Choir director, Lynne German, brought the group to Ocracoke to perform in May of 2016. Photo: P. Vankevich


The Salem Select Choir has rescheduled workshops for Ocracoke students this week and a free community concert for 7 p.m. Saturday (May 12) in the Deepwater Theater.

Under the direction of Lynne German, this show choir is a small group of economically, socially and ethnically diverse students from Salem High School in Virginia Beach.

Joined together by their common love of singing, as the program’s top singers, they have auditioned for their spot in the select choir.

Their music covers a variety of genres, from classical to spiritual to light pop and rock, with a few original works by German.

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  1. What a great article, praising the Salem Choir for their performances and workshops. So glad to hear that things are going so well and very proud of you, Lynne. Wish I could be there for a performance. Love the photos!

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