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Richard Hintze, facing at left, music director of upstart, semi-professional choir AwenRising, sings with the choir and conducts from within, says founding member Amy Palmer.
Tucson's upstart semi-professional choir AwenRising is calling its concert Sunday an introduction of sorts.
Members of AwenRising perform at the "Folk Music: From the British Isles to America" concert at Christ Presbyterian Church, 6565 E. Broadway. The a cappella ensemble kicked off its 2012-13 season Sunday.
The audience gives a round of applause during AwenRising's performance. The group will play at Tucson Meet Yourself in mid-October.
Amy Palmer, a tenor, sings during a warm-up session. The group performs primarily early, Celtic and folk music.
Lee Fike, a tenor, performs a solo during practice. You can catch the group's next concert at the church, "Mostly Madrigals," at 3 p.m. Oct. 21.
Director Richard Hintze, left, guides Jake Hintze, right, and the rest of AwenRising through a warm-up session.
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