Just In Time’s Unplugged spring session starts Wednesday

Are you looking for a fun and challenging creative outlet? Do you like to sing?

The Just In Time Choirs are starting their spring session on Jan. 13, and there’s room for new singers in the Unplugged choir of our three-choir family.

Unplugged is a 50-voice, un-auditioned community choir led by the effervescent and knowledgeable Wendy Nixon Stothert.  (In addition to the Unplugged choir, there are two smaller, auditioned groups.)

Although jazz has traditionally been the focus of the three Just In Time Choirs, our repertoire has been expanded to include contemporary pop, gospel, folk, funk, and world music, as well as jazz forms such as swing and Latin.

As every choral singer knows, the toughest demographic to attract is the male singer. Men, we need you. If you have any inclination to sing in the shower, or during your commute to work, we encourage you to come out and give singing in this group a try. Our first rehearsal will be held in the Highland School music room, from 7:30 – 9:15, on Wednesday, Jan. 13. For more information, visit www.justintimechoirs.ca

 

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