Photo contributed Auditions are available for singers to join the Vallee Harmony A Capella Pop Choir in Salmon Arm.

Call for singers

A new a cappella choir forms in Salmon Arm

Vallee Harmony is starting another season under the direction of Sylvain Vallee.

Vallee’s innovative approach to music training includes weekly in-person group rehearsals together with online downloadable practice aids.

Vallee conducts three different choirs: one in Vernon, one in Kamloops, and his latest now in Salmon Arm.

Singers come together at the end of the season to perform together as one choir in each city. Ticket proceeds are donated to local charities.

Rehearsals in Salmon Arm will start the second week of September, on Thursdays (location to be announced).

Vallee is accepting singers in soprano, alto, tenor, baritone and bass sections. Reading music is helpful but not required.

A brief audition and information session is required.

To schedule a time for a session, email Sylvain @ sylvain@valleemusic.com (email is preferred) or call 250-800-0592.

Find the choir on Facebook at AmazingSinging, or visit www.amazingsinging.ca.

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