National choir looking for new voices

| 09/09/2013

(CNS): The Cayman National Choir is inviting new voices to join them as they begin their regular weekly choir practice this week. The Cayman National Choir was founded in 1977 with a small but enthusiastic and dedicated membership. It now has the support of more than 50, still enthusiastic, singers of all ages and from all walks of life. They are a harmonious mixture of Caymanians and expatriate residents, all of whom are proud to sing in Cayman's national choir. The choir is seeking new music lovers to join the members who enjoy singing together in particular male voices. There are no auditions, and sight reading skills are not required.

Many of the current members do not read music, but everyone helps each other with the music.
Since Sue Horrocks was appointed Musical Director in 1998, the Choir has simply gone from strength to strength. Its highest points so far were, undoubtedly, sold-out performances of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana, under the baton of internationally-renowned conductor Wayne Marshall, Faure's Requiem, The Magic of Broadway featuring Welsh soprano, Lisa Carlisle. Also, Haydn’s Nelson Mass and the last Mozart’s Requiem concert with Ron Corp as conductor with soloists from Juilliard.

For anyone interested in joiningTel. 916 4782, or email – musicroomcayman@yahoo

Would-be choristers can come along to the Monday night practice which starts September 9 from 7.30pm at Cayman Prep School on Smith Road.

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  1. Lulu says:

    We also desperately need some male voices!!!

    If you love to sing, please come out and join us

  2. Kiwi Tikanawa says:

    Your former Premier has a lovely voice and could be made to sing for his supper!