Date: February 22-25, 2006
The Hall looks like this:
Highlights of the convention will include: a performance by CANTUS, the West Virginia All-State Chamber Choir, a worship event at the Charleston Baptist Temple, honor choirs, performing choirs, interest sessions, and much more. The Clay Center is an exciting new concert facility in Charleston. Most choral performances, including the Honor Choirs, will be held in this venue.
The Charleston Civic Center is the site for interest sessions, reading sessions, and exhibits. Located just 8 blocks apart with a mall, hotels, and eating venues in between, these facilities are perfect for our convention. Travel around Charleston will be short distances and easy to negotiate.
Charleston, West Virginia offers a unique conference setting: the first-class meeting facilities of a cosmopolitan city with plenty of West Virginia tradition and hospitality. The city is accessible, affordable, and safe, yet filled with a variety of historic, scenic, and entertaining attractions.