West Ottawa Ladies Chorus looks for new singers

(press release)

The West Ottawa Ladies Chorus (WOLC) mixes it up singing selections from the classics, secular, popular, show tunes, jazz and swing. And they have fun doing it. Consider taking your voice beyond the shower and joining a group that not only sings  but enjoys a vital social atmosphere. Enthusiasm is the key ingredient needed to become one of the ‘Ladies’.

Anyone who is not familiar with WOLC can check them out on Facebook or iTunes. Rehearsals are scheduled to start mid September and there are a few openings in each vocal range. Don’t read music? Director Robert Dueck prepares each vocal part on MP3s  to take away the fear and enable members to learn their parts at home. WOLC hold rehearsals twice weekly so members can choose which is more convenient or they can attend both.

 This young dynamic group, now in its fifth year, has grown from a mere twelve to over thirty voices. Committed to bringing joy to the community, the WOLC perform at local senior’s residences leading up to a full concert performance. The spirit of Christmas is celebrated with music and this chorus delivers to an ever-growing audience.

A meet-and-greet at the end of August/early September will give prospective singers a chance to meet the director and some of the chorus members and give them a chance to sample some of the repertoire. A gentle audition will confirm your voice range. For more information email  Westottawaladieschorus@gmail.com



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