The YOUNG SUDBURY SINGERS are pleased to announce plans for our 2022 Fall Term, beginning on Wednesday September 14. (see more details in the PSA and poster below)
Two choirs will be offered in September (subject to enrolment):
JUNIOR CHOIR (Grade 2 to 4) – Wednesday evenings, 6 – 7 pm ~ Colette Nadeau, director
SENIOR CHOIR (Grade 5+) – Wednesday evenings, 6 – 7:15 pm ~ Heather Charsley, director
Weekly in-person choir rehearsals will be held at Sudbury Secondary School, 154 College St. in downtown Sudbury. When the school is not available, rehearsals will move to the Sudbury Theatre Centre, 170 Shaughnessy St.
Choir members will have the opportunity to participate in video-recording projects that will be shared with the public on our YouTube channel and Facebook page. Outdoor singing events may also be part of our season. Performance plans include a fall concert with the No Strings Attached Community Band, participation in the Sudbury Music Festival in late March, and a spring concert with the Nickel City Sound Women’s Barbershop Chorus.
Decisions about public performances will be finalized as the season progresses, taking into account the public gathering restrictions in place at that time.
More information, including a link to our registration forms, is posted on our Registration Information page.
If you have any questions about any of our choirs, please contact General Manager Ralph McIntosh at 705 662 0115 or email@example.com .
Young Sudbury Singers exists to provide children and youth the opportunity to grow personally, musically and culturally through musical education and rewarding artistic experiences. Participants can expect to sing, to laugh, and to learn a wide variety of music in a safe and supportive environment that will foster a lifelong love of singing.
The choir provides opportunities for children and youth to:
- Develop a love of choral music through the study and performance of quality musical repertoire
- Develop and refine voice production and general musicianship through mastery of challenging musical compositions
- Experience personal growth through team building and the development of friendships among members
- Gain a cultural appreciation of music through exposure to works from various styles and periods, including works by Canadian composers
- Contribute to the cultural life of Sudbury
- Connect with other choirs locally, provincially, and nationally.
YSS performing with the Sudbury Symphony, November 2010
Young Sudbury Singers is grateful to the City of Greater Sudbury for their financial support.
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Young Sudbury Singers is a registered charity.