Recital February 11 at Alix Goolden & Registration is open for the spring season!
The Village Choir is finally having a full recital, February 11 at Alix Goolden Performance Hall.
Started in January of 2020, we have had a long road to this day but we are planing to make up for lost time with special guests Emily Braden, Adrian Chalifour and Ashley Wey. BIG MACHINE is also going to contribute a couple tunes to the night. Registration is open for our spring season - come join us February 28-May 30. More info and registration at www.thevillagechoir.ca
The Village Choir with Emily Braden & Adrian Chalifour Saturday February 11th, 7:30pm showtime Alix Goolden Performance Hall 900 Johnson St. - entrance only through the secure back parking lot on Johnson st. $25 at https://www.showpass.com/the-village-choir/
Registration is now open for our Spring season!
When: Tuesdays 7 – 9 pm, February 28 – May 30, 2023 Where: St. Barnabas’ Anglican Church (1525 Begbie St) Cost: $210
The season will consist of a wide range of repertoire, including folk, pop, and some gospel-inspired tunes. We will stream all rehearsals in case you are unable to attend in person.
For e-transfers, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org with password “singsingsing” and an accompanying email including your contact information.
Singing is still considered a risky activity when it comes to the transmission of Covid-19. As such, we will be following the guidelines set forth below:
• Members will be asked to self-monitor, and not attend rehearsals if they are feeling unwell. Symptoms include shortness of breath, cough, sore throat, runny nose, diarrhoea, headache, or abnormal fatigue. A negative test will be required before coming to the next week’s rehearsal. • Masks are currently optional, but could be reintroduced depending on provincial guidelines • Access to hand sanitizing products is provided for all members, as well as disposable masks if needed
The Village Choir will continue to monitor changes in guidelines and restrictions, and adapt accordingly.