AUDITIONS THIS WEDNESDAY will be held for the Just in Time Jazz Choirs.  

Auditions for Just in Time Jazz Choirs this Wednesday

Auditions for the September-February 2013-2014 season of Just in Time Jazz Choirs will be held this Wednesday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m...

Auditions for the September-February 2013-2014 season of Just in Time Jazz Choirs will be held this Wednesday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Highland Secondary music room.

There are two auditioned groups under the Just in Time banner. The Jazzy Jems is an all-women group of singers and Vocal Minority is a group of mixed singers.

Candidates should be at least 18 years old, have some music-reading skills and previous singing experience in a choral setting.  Please come to the open audition prepared to do a music reading evaluation, a sight-singing exercise and an unaccompanied solo of your choice in a style that reflects your taste and skills.

All vocal positions in these two groups are reauditioned every year and successful singers will enjoy the rewards of singing challenging jazz charts in a fun and socially supportive setting, accompanied by excellent musicians like Sean Mooney on piano.

— Just in Time Jazz Choirs

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