Experienced singers sought for Victoria Mendelssohn Choir

Choir is inviting experienced singers – particularly altos, tenors and basses – to audition.

The Victoria Mendelssohn Choir is inviting experienced singers – particularly altos, tenors and basses – to audition for its upcoming spring season.

Auditions are scheduled for Dec. 1 and 8.

Please contact Clara by email at cchay@live.ca or phone 250-380-0496 for additional information and to book an audition time.

Rehearsals take place Monday evenings from 7 to 9  p.m. at St. Peter’s Anglican Church, 3939 St. Peter’s Rd.

The choir, directed by Simon Leung, focuses on the classical and romantic periods of symphonic style choral music. It strives to achieve a high standard of discipline and technical excellence.

 

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