WE’RE HOLDING “SING & CELEBRATE CANADA 150!” BY SINGING ARCADE FIRE & THE GUESS WHO AT OUR DROP-IN ROCK CHOIRS!

 

  • Everyone attending will be given lyric sheets and will be taught to sing two songs in harmony – Everything Now by Arcade Fire and Undun by The Guess Who! Both wonderful Canadian bands!
  • There is no need to have any singing experience to attend.  Singers and non-singers (willing to give it a go!) are welcome.  Instruction is fun and easy to follow. There’s no need to read music to sound wonderful singing in a group!  Singing the melody/tune of the song is almost like a sing-along, so easy and fun to join in!
  • Tickets are $10 at each venue.  $5 for students with ID
  • Three venues –  Tuesdays June 27 and July 4 at The Wise Hall, 1882 Adanac St in East Vancouver,  Wednesdays June 28 and July 5 at St James Community Square, 3214 W 10th Ave, Kitsilano and on Thursday June 29 at Presentation House, 333 Chesterfield Ave, North Vancouver.
  • The wearing of red and white is encouraged!
  • Impromptu Rock Choir are fun, informal, local community choir that sing rock, pop and indie songs. The format is flexible and runs on a drop-in-and-sing-any-week basis and we meet all year round.  There’s no need to commit to a whole term.  Different to most choirs – there’s also no need to audition, join a waitlist, read music or have musical experience. Established for over three years, we hold three choirs a week: Tuesdays at the Wise Hall in East Vancouver, Wednesday at St James Community Square in Kitsilano and Thursdays at Presentation House in North Vancouver, 7.30pm all venues.  The usual drop-in fee is $10 ($5 for students with ID).

 

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