The season of startup is here — fresh opportunities for learning and exploring new interests and experiences!
Singing, and the thrilling dynamic of singing in a group, is what the Comox Valley Children’s Choir offers again this fall, with fabulous music, a vibrant rehearsal format and the opportunity to perform out in the community.
This fall’s musical focus will be on Jewish folk music — want to
learn to sing in Hebrew or spin a dreydl? Think klezmer, think
Fiddler on the Roof — beautiful melodies, haunting tonalities and
exciting rhythms that celebrate Hanukkah and the Season of Light.
Rehearsals are held Thursdays after school in the Hall of the Church of St. John the Divine on Fifth Street in Courtenay and are open to any children between the ages of seven and 14.
If you just want to check it out, rehearsals in the month of September are open — come for a rehearsal or two and try it out beginning Sept. 15. You can also read more about the choir on its
website at www.cvcchoir.shawwebspace.ca.
— Comox Valley Children’s Choir