Peninsula Singers looking for a few good men

With their Christmas show a big success, the Peninsula Singers are heading into rehearsals for their spring show and are looking for men.

Male singers are always in demand and the Peninsula Singers are looking for a few more.

With their Christmas show a big success, the Peninsula Singers are heading into rehearsals for their spring show and are looking for men.

The group consists of around 60 people and publicist Virginia Rouslin says they are looking for just three to four men.

The Singers’ spring show takes place April 29 to May 1. The men will have a separate rehearsal schedule, singing Saturday mornings to practice for their parts in the show.

“The men always have a good time,” said Rouslin.

This spring’s show revolves around the changes in life and will feature songs about youth, love, family, friendship and a song by the Beatles that sums it all up, In my life. Others include Love Potion Number 9, You’ve got a friend, A teenager in love and many more.

Experience in choir and choral singing and the ability to read music is helpful when auditioning. Bass, tenor or baritone are all welcome.

Interested? Email Artistic Director, Glenda Korella at info@peninsulasingers.ca or visit the website at peninsulasingers.ca and their Facebook page.

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