Voices in the Laurel open rehearsal rescheduled due to weather
|First Baptist Church|
|100 S. Main St., Waynesville, NC|
|Apr 16, 2013|
|4:00 PM - 7:45 PM|
Voices in the Laurel is having an open rehearsal night for all interested singers in grades 1-12 from all area counties, rescheduled to Tuesday April 16, for all choirs at First Baptist Church in downtown Waynesville . The rehearsal for 1st and 2nd grades will be 4:00-4:55pm, 3rd-5th grades at 5:00-6:10pm and 6-12th grades at 6:15-7:45pm. Plan to stay for the whole rehearsal so you get a feel for it.
Singers in 1st and 2nd grades join Treble Makers without an audition. Singers in 3rd, 4th and 5th grades may audition for Concert Choir, while singers in grades six through twelve may audition for Chamber Choir.
Voices in the Laurel is a Haywood County based non-profit choir for young people ranging from 1st grade through 12th grade from Haywood, Buncombe, Jackson, Macon and Swain counties under the direction of Martha Brown. Voices in the Laurel is an authentic program that focuses on providing young people quality choral education in fun and innovative ways. The program does have tuition for instruction and uniforms.
Voices in the Laurel provides choristers the opportunity to participate in performance tours all over the world. Some of the places Voices in the Laurel has performed are: with the Asheville Lyric Opera at the Diana Wortham Theater, Charleston’s "Little Spoleto" Festival, opened for Dolly Parton in her Christmas show at Dollywood, with Ronnie Milsap at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, the National Anthem, at Atlanta Braves games, at a Cincinnati Reds game, the Pacific Rim Children’s Choir Festival in Hawaii, the National Cathedral in Washington DC, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York, St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan, Westminster Abbey in London, Chartres Cathedral in France and the Sydney Opera House in Australia. Voices in the Laurel Chamber Choir most recently enjoyed a summer 2012 performance tour in Madrid and Barcelona, Spain.
For more information, visit www.voicesinthelaurel on the web, find us on Facebook, or call 734-9163.