Women of the Sun

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Commencing in 2018 a new virtuosic classical women's choir will be established here on the Sunshine Coast. 

Led by Music Director Mitch Meyer this group will concentrate on creating a choir of excellence of approximately 24-32 singers concentrating on works written for women's voices.

We are now calling for expressions of interest for dedicated singers and interested people to form a group to be called Women of the Sun.

Entry would be by partial audition and based on experience and a commitment to create a choir of excellence dealing in high quality, virtuosic and predominantly Classical style repertoire accompanied primarily by piano but also with small orchestral ensembles and a capella work.

You should already have experience in singing with choirs. You must have a solid voice with a range of approximately two octaves and a reasonable standard of sight reading. Exposure to performing a capella music will also be important as will the capacity to stand on your own in chorus. You should be comfortable singing in a variety of common languages (Latin/Italian, German, French).

If you are interested in being part of this exciting new group please contact Mitch no later than October 27th on his contacts:

e-mail: majmeyer@yahoo.com
mobile: 0432 901 131

 
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