WAC’s Some Kind of Choir is back by popular demand! If you love to sing, join us Sunday afternoons for choir practice. There are no auditions and no experience is needed. This year’s music is all Canadian – to celebrate Canada’s Sesquicentennial!
17 January 2016-29 April 2017
Knox Presbyterian Church Hall, Concession St, Westport
Sunday afternoons from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m
Choir Director: Cordon Purcell is a Music Therapist working in Leeds and Grenville. She is currently completing her Masters of Music Therapy degree at Concordia University in Montreal. She hails from Prescott, grew up singing in choirs in Brockville, and continued singing throughout university. Choir is something that she loves to do, and she is excited to work with Some Kind of Choir for a second year!
Registration is $50 per person. Completed registration forms and cheques can be sent to Westport Arts Council, P.O. Box 2, Westport, ON, K0G 1X0. Forms can also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and registration paid through PayPal on our web site or at the first practice.
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WAC is starting a community choir! If you love to sing, join us Sunday afternoonsat Stepping Stone for choir practice. There are no auditions, reading music is not a requirement and sign up is easy!
Starting 7 February 2016
Sundays from 2:30-4:30pm
328 Centreville Road, Westport (Stepping Stone)
Concert in May
Registration Process: To register, download and complete the registration form and send to WAC along with your payment of $50.00 per person. Completed forms can be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to “Westport Arts Council, P.O. Box 2, Westport, ON, K0G 1X0”. Payment can be made by cheque or easily and safely through PayPal online (click the “Buy Now” button below).
Online Payment: Now Closed
Choir Director: Cordon Purcell is a Music Therapy Intern working around the Leeds and Grenville and Ottawa areas. She is currently finishing her degree at the University of Windsor in Music Therapy. She hails from Prescott and grew up singing in choirs in Brockville, and continued singing throughout university. Choir is something that she loves to do and she is very grateful and excited to work with Some Kind Of Choir.