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Introducing …

The Rochester Pops Chorale

Are you a fan of Broadway, Pop, Jazz, Film, Video-Game, Christmas, Rock and/or Current Hits?
This may be the ensemble for you!

The Rochester Pops Orchestra has started the search for choir members interested in participating in
a chorale that will join the Orchestra for two concerts per season.  The first concert will be on
Sunday, April 30, 2017 and feature music from many Broadway shows.

The Rochester Pops Chorale will provide a fun outlet for people who enjoy singing, while keeping
rehearsals to a minimum for busy individuals.  From enhancing film scores with dramatic vocalizations
and providing support to soloists to new arrangements of songs from all genres specially created for
our ensemble and orchestra.  This chorale will surely be a rewarding and unique experience
for all who participate.

Here are the details:
– Rehearsals will be on Sundays from 2:00 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. at Mount Olive Lutheran Church.
– The Chorale will be featured at the Broadway concert on Sunday, April 30, 2017.
– Selections will be fun, yet challenging with opportunities for solos and/or small groups.
– The choir will be comprised of Soprano I, Soprano II, Alto, Tenor I, Tenor II, Bass

Interested in Joining?
– Please fill out the form located at …
– if you have further questions, please feel free to contact the director
at (507) 318-0801.

Listening sessions will begin near the end of February, and all interested individuals will be placed on an email list.
Once spots open up for the director to listen to you for placement, each person will be asked to schedule a 5 minutes
spot to sing a few scales, and a few phrases from a couple of pieces we will be doing in April.
These are ONLY listening session and will NOT be auditions.  ALL are welcome to join us!

We sure hope you’ll consider participating … so that you have an idea what kinds of things we will
be doing with the chorale in the future … please take a moment to view a few of the links below.
These are taken from YouTube and feature a full orchestra with a chorale.

“Now We Are Free” from Gladiator

“Avatar Suite”

Abba in Symphony

Keane’s “Somewhere Only We Know”

Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”

“The Mission Theme”

Streisand’s “At the Same Time”

“Hold On” from The Secret Garden