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story.lead_photo.caption From left, New Village Chorale members are Randy Toney, Nancy Carlton, Nancy Wilkins and Art Torpy. Not pictured is Linda Campbell. Photo is courtesy of Jim McKeand. - Submitted photo

The Village Chorale recently welcomed five new members in time for its spring concert.

Nancy Carlton is an alto who has lived in the Village for the past three years. She is a native Arkansan and has a wide range of musical experience in a number of genres, a news release said.

Linda Campbell recently moved to the Village from McKinney, Texas. She also joined the alto section.

Randy Toney and his wife, Donna, moved to the Village in 2014 from Baton Rouge, La. Randy Toney has sung in church and community choirs for almost 50 years. He is the music director for Presbyterian Kirk in the Pines. He is rejoining the Chorale tenor section after a brief sabbatical because of his busy schedule.

Art Torpy is a retired Methodist minister who moved to the Village three weeks ago from Watauga, Texas. He will also be joining the tenor section.

Nancy Wilkins and her husband, Gary, moved to the Village in 2014 from Joliet, Ill. Nancy Wilkins is an alto who has enjoyed a lifetime of singing in choirs, and smaller ensembles. She is active in the Christ Lutheran choir where she is also a cantor.

The Chorale's spring concert, "Americana, A Celebration of Home," will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 12, at the Woodlands Auditorium in Hot Springs Village.

"We look forward to seeing you there as we celebrate some great American music and our local community," the release said.

Entertainment on 02/14/2020

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