A Craig Bay Choristers Project... Get your tickets for this concert on Wednesdays: Jan 25th, Feb 1 + Feb 8 from 11am - 12:30pm in the upstairs lobby of the Craig Bay Beach Club. Tickets cost $20.
Shopping at Thrifty Foods? Support the Choristers with a Smile Card! It’s SIMPLE. The Choristers, as a non-profit organization, are eligible to purchase Smile Cards in bulk, from Thrifty Foods. When we sell these cards at their face value, a small portion of that amount is returned by Thrifty to the Choristers. It is a valuable fundraiser for the choir at no extra cost to the shopper. HOW. Pre-order your SMILE Card(s) from [...]
IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN… When the Craig Bay Choristers get back to singing every week and all are welcome to join us each Tuesday in the Beach Club Conservatory from 1:30 – 3:30. Never any auditions and the ability to read music, while helpful, is not even a must-have. Each song is loaded into Musescore, an application which facilitates easy in-home practice at your leisure. Registration is $85 this Tuesday, [...]
Our special guests: The talented singing group “Oceanside A Cappella”, directed by Rosemary Lindsay. The Craig Bay Choristers “Look Toward Christmas” SAVE THE DATE AND JOIN US! We are delighted to be back to Knox Church with a program of Christmas and winter themed music to celebrate the season, including an original composition by our very own Ron Klusmeier. Under the direction of Lonnie Moddle, and with Ron at the keyboard, The [...]
DO YOU LIKE TO SING? THEN THE CHORISTERS WANT YOU!! It’s that time again…when the Choristers look forward to September and getting back to having fun exercising our voices and enjoying the camaraderie of singing together while we get ready for our Christmas Concert on Dec 3 this year. As always, auditions are never required to join nor is the ability to read music (we have an app for that called “Musescore” which [...]
Your Brain and Singing: Why Singing in a Choir Makes You Happier The following is an edited excerpt from an article* published by Choral Director Magazine, Author Jaime Babbitt Any of us who have sung in choirs know all too well the joy it brings not just the audience, but also the choir members themselves. The power, the mojo that this (relatively) small time commitment offers…how is it possible? Endorphins release and interact with opiate [...]