Unplugged is an ensemble of approximately 60 adult men and women who meet weekly on Wednesday evenings to share in the joy of singing, encouraging each other as they grow in our vocal ability and confidence. The choir is directed by Wendy Nixon Stothert with the assistance of musical collaborator, Sean Mooney. Photo by Tim Penney

Just In Time choirs beginning spring term in January

Just in Time Choirs’ spring term starts in early January and Unplugged, the mixed non-auditioned choir, is officially fully subscribed!

However, anyone planning to join the choir, can register at www.justintimechoirs.ca to have your name added to the waitlist and be advised when a vacancy becomes available.

Unplugged is an ensemble of approximately 60 adult men and women who meet weekly on Wednesday evenings to share in the joy of singing, encouraging each other as they grow in our vocal ability and confidence. The choir is directed by Wendy Nixon Stothert with the assistance of musical collaborator, Sean Mooney.

The choir offers a safe, warm, fun, and uplifting environment where singers of all experience levels are welcome. No previous experience or music reading is required and there is a wide variety of learning tools. Members range in ability and experience and, together, develop their skills over the course of 12 weeks.

In March, 50 Just in Timers are travelling to New Orleans, thereby prompting this term’s New Orleans theme – music from and about the Big Easy. Practices start Wednesday, Jan. 8, 7:30-9:15 p.m. at Highland Secondary School, 750 Pritchard Road Comox.

Just in Time Choirs Spring concert will be held at Sid Williams Theatre on April 25. Information regarding ticket purchases will be available on the website. Join the choir’s mailing list to receive ticket information via email. Follow the Latest News link on the site to sign up.

To view the song selections, to register online, and for lots more information about Just in Time Choirs, visit www.justintimechoirs.ca

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