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The Cambria Community Chorale is recruiting singers because another year of fun is about to begin. Anyone who enjoys singing in a group is welcome to join us. Chorale practices for the new season will begin on Tuesday, August 9, with practices at the Joslyn Recreation Center (950 Main Street) every Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
According to Chorale President, Barbara MacDonough, “We’re excited to welcome new and returning singers. There are no auditions. We have the ‘Best Director in the West and members who are always happy to help new members. Easy to use online tools are readily available to help anyone who is nervous about not reading music well.”
The Chorale schedules two concerts a year. Holiday concerts are planned for December 11 and 18, as well as a Concert in Spring, normally in May. During the holiday season, the Chorale also enjoys sharing Holiday Cheer on Hospitality Night at the Joslyn Center. Later in the month we also journey to Morro Bay to sing at Bayside and Casa de Flores.
Our Chorale Director Ed Hughes has a fun program planned to bring good cheer for the holidays. There will be some familiar holiday favorites in the program, new selections, and some community favorites. For more information, please visit the Chorale website at: cambriachorale.org/index.html or pick up a Choral pamphlet at the Joslyn Center.