The Camerata Singers are inviting people who want to join them to their Wednesday

Camerata choir invites singers

A community choir for men and women in Nanaimo

Singers – especially those with the ability to sight read music – are invited to join the Camerata choir at its Wednesday, Jan. 13 practice.

The Camerata Singers, a community choir for men and women in Nanaimo, is gearing up for the Spring session,” says a release.

“The choir consists of local men and women who are enthusiastic about singing a variety of music from classical to folk, to spirituals, and who have fun doing so.”

Lindsay Suddaby will conduct the spring session, which culminates in a final concert in early May. Recently welcomed as conductor, she has a Bachelor of Music, specializing in voice, from the University of Victoria.

Practices are held at St Andrews United Church on Wesley St. in Nanaimo from 6.30 to 8.30 p.m. Several choir members travel from the Ladysmith area on a regular basis. For more information phone Chris at 250-390-9240 or Lynda at 250-591-2544.

 

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