Brock’s new Women’s Choir, to launch this fall, is open by audition to Brock students and Niagara community members.
Voices from the Brock and wider Niagara community will come together in harmony this fall as the Department of Music launches a new Women’s Choir.
The all-female ensemble will be open by audition to Brock students as well as the general public.
“I am hoping that this choir brings together women from the University and the Niagara region to offer something very special to our local arts community,” says Rachel Rensink-Hoff, Assistant Professor of Music who will direct the new group.
The Women’s Choir will rehearse on Thursday evenings beginning this fall, readying for performances with Brock’s Chamber Choir on Dec. 1 and March 30 at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre.
The department’s established mixed-voice Chamber Choir is also open by audition to all Brock students and staff.
Also included among Brock’s choirs, an integral part of the Music program, is the Avanti Chamber Singers. The community-based adult ensemble, also directed by Rensink-Hoff, is the department’s Choir in Residence.
“The choirs allow students the opportunity to rehearse and perform in the fantastic FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre,” says Rensink-Hoff. “My hope is that more students from across campus and members of the public will consider joining us.”
To audition, previous singing experience and some ability to read music are required.
Students who successfully audition can enrol in choir for academic credit.
For more information or to schedule an audition, please visit the Music Department’s website.