Jazz group invites public to give it a try

Canadiana is the theme that unites the musical selections this term

The Just in Time Jazz Choirs are starting a new season Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. in the Highland Music room.  Canadiana is the theme that unites the musical selections this term. Songs are in a variety of styles including swing, pop, gospel and latin, either composed, arranged or performed by renowned Canadian artists.

“We are so excited to provide the opportunity for an optional cultural tour to Cuba for all Just in Time singers and their families in March, 2014,” says director Wendy Nixon Stothert. “Our fun and passionate Unplugged choir is open to adults of all ability levels. There are usually about 55 singers from all walks of life in the group. People are invited to come to the first rehearsal and check us out and see if what we do is a good fit for them.”

To register and to be assured of taking home a music binder, visit www.justintimevocaljazz.ca.

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