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Phi Mu Alpha to host 52nd All-Sing April 4

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Published: Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Updated: Thursday, April 4, 2013 01:04

Music fraternity Phi Mu Alpha plans to host their 52nd All-Sing on Apr. 4 at 7 p.m. at Central Baptist Church.

Although Phi Mu Alpha has hosted All-Sing for 51 years now, the Student Activities Council began it shortly before Phi Mu Alpha took it over.

It gives organizations the opportunity to compete in a singing and dancing show that goes along with a theme. This year’s theme is “Songs of the 90’s When We Were Young,” with professional women’s music fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota opening the show and Chi Omega, Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Omicron Pi and the brothers of Alpha Gamma Rho competing.

“[For the theme], we figured the title left room for any take on the 90s that the groups could think of to use. We hoped for many emotions to be a part of each performance,” said this year’s All-Sing coordinator, junior Music major and Phi Mu Alpha member Michael Richardson.

Because All-Sing has been at UTM for over 50 years, many see it as a way to connect with UTM’s history and connect with those in their group.

“All-Sing is important, because it is a tradition at UTM going back a long time. When I meet alumni from my sorority, it’s always fun to talk about what they did and what we are doing now. All-Sing was a wonderful opportunity for me to get to know the girls in my sorority better. It helped me forge friendships and make great memories to last a lifetime. I can still do our routines from memory,” said senior Communications major and member of Chi Omega Natalie Medling.

Richardson, said that this year is sure to bring exciting ideas, and he looks forward to seeing it all put together.

“I look forward to all the exciting ideas from all the groups being out into performance. I hope the competition is fun and fulfilling to everyone,” Richardson said.

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