COMMUNITY SHOW CHOIR
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Featuring music from the 1950s through today, our spring 2018 show "The History of Rock & Roll" will include songs from artists such as Elvis, The Who, Queen, Elton John, Bon Jovi, Coldplay, Imagine Dragons, and more.
Auditions are Tuesday, January 9, at 7 p.m. At this time we are only holding auditions for tenors and basses. Information about our rehearsal season is below. If you are interested in auditioning, please contact us at email@example.com.
The Northland Chorale is always looking to add good singers / performers. You don't have to be a professional; if you like to sing and dance, you'll fit right in. If you've been in church choirs for as long as you can remember and are looking to do something different, you'll fit right in. If you've always wanted to feel the excitement of being on stage and performing in front of a live audience, you'll fit right in! You don't have to be a soloist; there is lots of fun to be had in the chorale and small group numbers.
For the audition prepare a song, and bring the sheet music for our accompanist. Auditions are held the first rehearsal of the season (check our website and facebook page for audition notices). The music director, accompanist and one designated member from each section comprise the audition committee. Our music director will ask you to do a couple of vocal exercises to determine your range (for section placement); you may be asked to sing your song or to sing one of the songs we rehearsed that evening with the member who is in your vocal range. After that, you're free to go; the committee will discuss your membership request and get back to you within the week.
The Northland Chorale presents two shows each year (3-6 performances each); typically in April and October. These are written and produced by Northland Chorale members on the Production Committee. The Northland Chorale also performs at community events and group centers especially during the holiday seasons.
The Northland Chorale show season is a busy schedule. Twelve weeks prior to the performance dates, we begin rehearsing music on Tuesday evenings from 7-9:30 p.m. Six weeks prior to opening night, we add dance rehearsals on Saturdays from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. to learn the choreography and show order. The week prior to opening night, we move into the theater (usually DL Parsons in Northglenn) for tech week. We generally set up the stage and rehearse on Sunday, rehearse Monday and Tuesday nights, have a semi-dress rehearsal on Wednesday night and a full dress rehearsal on Thursday night. We typically open Friday evening. The whole process adds up to a professional show that is a lot of fun!
And of course, there are many other activities in which you can be involved. We have several different committees within the Northland Chorale, and you are invited to take part. There are committees for Choreography; Costumes; Membership; Refreshments; and Set Design, Construction and Props. It's all about show business, and the Northland Chorale offers an opportunity for anyone who wants to get involved. This is a great starting point for young and old actors and singers alike, and several of our past members have used the Northland Chorale as a launching board to entertainment industry careers.
In addition, music and costume deposits are collected at the beginning of each season and returned at the end of each season when you turn in your music and costumes in good condition.
Northglenn United Methodist Church
1605 W 106th Ave.
Northglenn, CO 80234
Directions from I-25 and 104th Ave:
Head West ~0.5 mi to Livingston, Turn Right (North) to 106th Ave, Turn Left (West) 2 blocks to Church on Right. We rehearse in the Annex building on the East side of the Church.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720.515.4NLC (4652) for more information.