Registration now on for Just In Time Unplugged Choir

 

People Get Ready for….

Curtis Mayfield, Sam Cooke, Aretha, Wilson Pickett, standards like Body and Soul, Tower of Power, Florence and the Machine, Johnny Cash, Paul Simon, rousing agnostic gospel, Bill Withers, and more. It’s gonna be a great set this fall.

 

Registration for the fall session of the non-auditioned, everyone welcome Unplugged Choir is now open (justintimechoirs.ca/).

On Wednesday, Sept.  9, at 7:15 p.m. come to register at Highland School in Comox for the 12-week term ending with a concert on Nov. 28.

For the undecided, the first practice is free.

Fees are $120 for Unplugged singers per term. Fees include your member’s access code to download mp3 practice tracks from the website. A separate music deposit of $50 is required from all singers (cheque preferred). Cheques will be returned when you return your binder at the end of the term.

Plain and simple, if you enjoy singing and having fun, you should consider joining our choir.

Hope to see you Sept. 9.

 

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