Auditions for the Just in Time choirs the Jems (pictured) and Vocal Minority take place Thursday at Highland Secondary. Photo by Tim Penney

Just In Time choir auditions Thursday in Comox

Want to sing in a fun, dynamic, musically challenging contemporary vocal ensemble with like-minded singers and strong leadership?

Just in Time Choirs has two such groups: the Jems (treble) and Vocal Minority (mixed) are auditioned ensembles of up to 16 singers where each person sings on a mic and we play with an incredible band.

Auditions for Jems and Vocal Minority will be held on Thursday, June 13, in the band room at Highland Secondary School, 750 Pritchard Road, Comox, from 7-9 p.m. No appointment needed, just come along.

Candidates will be required to learn a short harmony piece, complete a very basic written music literacy assessment and perform an unaccompanied solo of their choice of no longer than two minutes. Come along and join us and experience the joy of singing in a smaller ensemble.

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