Celebration Singers’ season starts in September

First practice on Monday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. at Mark Isfeld School

Celebration Singers is a non-auditioned choir that produces two concerts a season.

The Celebration Singers are ready to commence another amazing season of song and invite new and returning members to the choir’s first practice on Monday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. at Mark Isfeld School.

All returning members are asked to register online at www.celebrationsingers.ca before Sept 14. New members are welcome to attend the first two practices prior to committing to a season.

Our choir is a non-auditioned, affordable community choir that practices once a week for two terms and performs concerts at Christmas and in the spring. We sing unique music that celebrates life, and honours diverse cultural and musical traditions.

Nothing rocks like gospel, or soothes like a beautiful chant or takes you from the Comox Valley on a musical journey around the world quite like the Celebration Singers. Come enjoy it all and hone your skills for singing in harmony, in new languages and with an enthusiastic and supportive group of singers.

Jenn Forsland is the choir’s terrifically talented musical director. She is an accomplished music teacher, a captivating jazz performer and a sought-after choir director who brings out the best in both the gifted and the novice singer. As a special treat the choir is accompanied by Sean Mooney on piano. Visit the website for more information or call Kelly at 250 – 338-8971. See you in September!

 

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