The Woodville Concert Choir
Posted 23 February 2021
Would you like to sing with us?
The Woodville Concert Choir is a community choir, comprising of Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass voices, currently celebrating 40 years of singing.
We perform regularly with a repertoire spanning Traditional Choral Music, Sacred, Soul, Musicals, Modern and Pop.
Rehearsals are held every Tuesday from 7.30pm to 9.30pm, at 310 Torrens Road Croydon Park South Australia, with Glenda Lynelle as Music Director.
We would welcome voices in any of the voice-ranges, but tenors and basses would be very welcome.
If you are interested, why not come along and check us out;
or if you would like more information, please contact The Secretary on 0456 179 918 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Adelaide Hills Chamber Players
Posted 9 October 2020
The group is headed by Brian Chatterton and has an exciting team including Bill Hennessy (founding member of the ASQ) and Sharon Grigoryan (current ASQ member) driving the string program and Jonathan Bligh leading the vocal program. There are a number of singing positions available.
AHCP are looking for:
- Small Ensemble Singers (one person per part)
- Members to form a Chamber Choir
- Broader community singers to form a larger choir
Please contact Jonathan Bligh at 0415 661 991 or email.
TimeDate Music- Call for interested choirs
Posted 20 October 2020
TimeDate Music is an international choir project, which takes place around the globe on World Peace Day 2022, 21.9.2022 at 8 pm per time zone.
TimeDate is also the name of the association, based in Lucerne (Switzerland), which organises this choral event. With this project the association wants to make an artistic-musical contribution to peace building.
We are looking for choirs or music organisations around the world who would like to organise a concert in their own country on 21.9.2022. Each choir sings the same programme, including parts of "The Peacemakers" by Karl Jenkins. This piece contains peace messages from well-known personalities such as Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela or Mother Theresa. These messages shall sound all day long – around the world.
As a sign of worldwide networking and appreciation of all nationalities, several shorter compositions from different regions of the world (e.g. Eastern Europe, Africa, Asia, South America) are planned to be on the concert programme. Suitable compositions can be submitted by the participating choirs. This confirms that peace can only be achieved through mutual recognition.
We would like the organising groups to get in contact with each other through a live connection at the beginning and/or at the end of their concert, as a gesture of receiving and handing over the message to the next time zone and therefore to the next country – a atmospheric "peace relay" takes its course.
• Intellectual and artistic interpretation of the topic “world peace”.
• High-performance concert choir
• Orchestra experience
• Own financing
What does the project offer participants
With this project, you as a participating choir will have the opportunity to be part of an artistic-musical contribution to peacebuilding and you will be able to actively co-shape the project.
The idea that parts of "The Peacemakers" and thus the Voices of Peace will sound once around the world on 21 September 2022 is unique.
• Contributing to a global peace project
• Possibility to contribute a suitable composition
• Worldwide medial broadcasting
• International networks
Do you share our excitement? Would you like to participate in a global music project?
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The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia- Call for interest
Posted 3 November 2020
The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia is calling on choristers to join its exciting new cultural venture.
All auditions and rehearsals will be held in a Covid-19 Safe environment in the hall of the St. Spyridon Church, 72 - 76 Gardners Rd, Kingsford, NSW.
Please note the following requirements:
⮚ Love of and ability to sing – must pass a short audition.
⮚ Minimum age requirement is 18 years old.
⮚ Ability to read musical notation is desirable but not a prerequisite.
⮚ Ability to read Greek is desirable but not a prerequisite.
⮚ Experience in singing in a choir is desirable but not a prerequisite.
⮚ Must be an Australian resident.
For more information, contact Mrs Ellie Mexis 0404 378 745 or Father Steven Scoutas 0417 771 113.
All interested applicants are asked to kindly fill in the on-line application form available on: www.nmca.org.au
Going For A Song- Choir Opening
Posted 6 November 2020
Going for a Song is a non auditioned, community choir open to all who enjoy the experience of singing in harmony in a range of musical styles. We are a friendly, relaxed group who meet weekly at Red Hill, Queensland. We have regular workshops and performances. Anyone is welcome to come along and visit us at a rehearsal to see what we do. Get in touch if you'd like to find out more.
We are looking for new singers in the soprano, alto, tenor and bass vocal range.
Time: Mondays (school terms) 7pm-9pm
Address: Ithaca Hall, 99 Enogerra Terrace, Red Hill, QLD, 4059
More Info: https://goingforasong.teamapp.com/
Contact: email@example.com or phone Elise 0404 056 319