Posts Tagged ‘CanSing Intermediate singers’

Vancouver CanSing Choir Startup October 4th

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

The Vancouver CanSing choir startup (2nd season!) in the Riley Park neighbourhood is fast approaching.  Thank you to those who have registered already!  We have some wonderful music-making ahead.

You can link to the choir description, by clicking Primary, Intermediate or Adult choir. 

Primary Choir (ages 6 – 8), 5:30 – 6:30 pm:  Fee – $79.00   

Intermediate Choir (Ages: 9 – 14), 6:45 – 7:55pm: fee: $89.00

Adult Choir, 8 – 9:15pm: Fee: $99.00

“If you can talk, you can sing”

Fantastic Concert

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Thank you for the wonderful 2010 –  11 choir sessions!  The new Vancouver CanSing programs have grown since last fall especially with the adult group.

From the toe-stompin’ “Cripple Creek” to the beautiful harmonies of “By the Waters of Babylon” and mass Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”, the choirs really pulled out all the stops March 12th – great teamwork!  The audience was so impressed.

I’m working to have the fall session organized in a few weeks.  I’ll send a notice ASAP and I hope to see you all back for another amazing choral journey, Tuesdays.  .

Once again, great singing!

Everything’s Coming up Roses

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

The CanSing Primary, Intermediate singers and Adult Choir are excited about “singing into spring” with a short performance, EVERYTHING’S COMING UP ROSES, Saturday, March 12, 2:30pm at Cityview Baptist Church (Riley Park neighbourhood).

The singers will weave a little seasonal magic with everything from “Ice Cream” (Anne of Green Gables), “The Spider and the Fly”, “Sing, Sing, Sing”, “Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning” to a mass choir performance of “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen” (Roger Emerson version).  There’s even some talk amongst the Primary choristers that the group will pull out a rendition of the Canadian folksong, “The Little Skunk”!

Plans are in progress for the Primary and Intermediate singers to record the mini-musicals: “The Jolly Crawly Bugs” and “Winter Solstice News” following their spring choir session.