Titanic Branson will host a live, Carnegie Hall, preview performance by the Carl Junction Junior High Mixed Chorus to help fund the group’s travel expenses to New York City, announces Mary Kellogg Joslyn, Ttianic Museum Attraction co-owner. This free, one-day only, choir performance will be held by the ship’s bow, located at the intersection of State Highway 76 and Gretna Road in Branson, MO, on Saturday, January 17, 2009 as part of the Third Annual Titanic Branson Ice Sculpturing Event being held from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Proceeds from Museum Attraction admissions received between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. on January 17th will be donated to the Carl Junction Junior High School to help send 58 students to Carnegie Hall in New York City. “This could be a life changing experience for these talented kids,” Kellogg Joslyn says, “and all of us at Titanic Branson feel privileged to be able to help make this happen.”

Carl Junction Junior High Mixed Chorus was selected to perform at Carnegie Hall in recognition of its quality and high level of musicianship. “Our boys and girls will join six ensembles from the United States and Europe who will be performing in the prestigious hall on Monday, April 13, 2009, under the direction of Dr. Patrick Freer of Georgia State University.” explains Doug Campbell, Vocal Music instructor at the junior high school. Carl Junction is a suburb of Joplin, MO with a population of 6,457. There are 500 students enrolled in the town’s Junior High School – 138 of them sing in the choir.

Admission to the Titanic Museum Attraction during the 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.period will be specially priced at $30 per ticket and $50 for two, with proceeds going to the Carl Junction Junior High School Mixed Chorus to help cover the groups traveling expenses to New York City. Estimated cost per student is $2,000.

The World’s Largest TITANIC Museum Attraction is the new landmark family destination in Branson, Missouri. In operation for just over two years, it has welcomed aboard more than one million guests. The 7,000-square-foot ship-shaped structure – built half-scale to Titanic’s original size – towers more than 100 feet above its anchored position on Highway 76. A 90-minte self-guided or optional audio tour covers 20 galleries on two decks that display more than 400 priceless artifacts that once belonged to Titanic passengers or crew.

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