Long Beach Chorale Seeks New Singers for 2011-12 Season
2011-06-16 · By Editor
The Long Beach Chorale, one of Long Beach’s most respected musical organizations, encourages talented singers to audition for its 2011-2012 season!
Auditions will be held by appointment during the month of August at St. Bartholomew Catholic Church, in the Belmont Shore area of Long Beach. Prospective members are invited to contact the chorus by calling audition coordinator Alan Caddick at (562) 431- 2781 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org for information or to schedule an audition. Singers in all voice parts are welcomed; the ability to read music is required. Auditions are brief, informal, and non-threatening.
Directed by Eliza Rubenstein and comprising 40 to 50 talented amateurs of all ages and backgrounds, the Long Beach Chorale has consistently earned high praise and rave reviews for its performances of a wide variety of repertoire. Jim Ruggirello of the Grunion Gazette has called the ensemble Long Beach’s “best local chorus,” and wrote recently that “Long Beach music lovers should be packing the house for the Long Beach Chorale, whose innovative programming, musical excellence and gorgeous sound continue to enchant their devoted followers.”
The 2011-12 season marks the Long Beach Chorale’s 23rd year as a Long Beach institution, and will include a holiday concert and a complete performance (with orchestra) of Franz Joseph Haydn’s The Creation, among other opportunities.
The Long Beach Chorale rehearses on Monday evenings in Belmont Shore.