The Tuskegee University Golden Voices Choir performed at Benjamin Russell High School Sunday for the final show of the Alex City Arts winter concert series. The choir, under the direction of Dr. Wayne A. Barr, has been in existence since 1884, when Booker T. Washington organized the first forerunner of the choir, the Tuskegee Quartet. | Austin Nelson
The Tuskegee University Golden Voices Choir performed at Benjamin Russell High School Sunday for the final show of the Alex City Arts winter concert series. The choir, under the direction of Dr. Wayne A. Barr, has been in existence since 1884, when Booker T. Washington organized the first forerunner of the choir, the Tuskegee Quartet. | Austin Nelson

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Published 8:19pm Monday, March 31, 2014

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