Now, I'm not saying we had the Paris Opera Company in town last week, but for the past 13 years, St. John's has hosted an event we call "With One Voice, An Evening of Fine Music." And very fine music it is. All the groups who donate their time and talent to this event are local but one. We try to vary the participants from year to year, but we are privileged to have such talented and selfless groups such as Masterworks Choral of Carroll County, McDaniel Madrigal and Gospel choirs, the Children's Chorus of Carroll County, the Old Line Statesmen, and Coram Deo from Howard County. Other groups are invited and come from time to time depending on their schedules. We have had the Carroll Singers, the Westminster Trombone Choir, the Carroll Senior Singers, Sharon Women's Ensemble, the choir from New Life for Girls, St. John's Adult Senior Choir, Liturgical Dancers, the Carroll County Strings Project, Tony Gerard, Carroll's Idol, Genesis One, a rock band and talented virtuosos like Ted Dix on St. John's magnificent organ.