The Maine Music Society elected officers at its recent May meeting, who will steer the organization through its 28th and 29th seasons. Re-elected for another two-year term were Treasurer Gil LaPointe, Secretary Susan Trask and Chairwoman Connie Hitchcock. Board member Sandy MacDonald was elected vice chairwoman, replacing retiring Richard Wagner.

The society is a music-performing nonprofit located in central Maine organized to support the artistic and educational activities of the auditioned, volunteer singers of the MMS Chorale, the MMS Chamber Singers, and the professional players of the MMS Orchestra.

The society produces four concerts a year, all performed at the Gendron Franco Center in Lewiston. These include the November acappella extravaganza known as Battle of the Blends, the December Heritage Holidays concert in collaboration with a local high school choir or community group, the March classical concert with orchestra and professional soloists, and the Jun music event.

The society serves Lewiston-Auburn and the area communities by bringing quality performances to the public through artistic excellence, imaginative programming, and educational and youth-oriented activities.

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