Singing is back.
Southern Tablelands Arts is delighted to announce the long-awaited return of Maisie's Choir.
Maisie's Choir is a dedicated group of venerable singers who having been singing in the Yass Valley region for the last five years. The choir meets and performs regularly and now have a new home at the CWA Hall in Banjo Patterson Park.
Maisie's Choir aims to improve health and reduce social isolation and is open to new members regardless of singing level or experience.
STA executive director Rose Marin said Maisie's Choir was an institution in Yass and a core STA prgram.
"We are thrilled to be able to start up the choir again knowing how much it has been missed by so many people in our community. We wish to offer a huge thanks to choir leader Heather Bullock for working with us towards this fabulous outcome," she said.
To celebrate the return of Maisie's Choir, STA have commissioned local Indigenous artist Jenny Johnson to create scarves for the choir to wear during performances.
STA are running two FREE preliminary sessions on Tuesday March 23 and Tuesday March 30 at the CWA Hall in Banjo Patterson Park from 10:30 to 12pm Tuesdays.
Term Two begins on April 20 and cost just $77 for the 10 week term ($7.70 per session inc. GST).
Maisie's Choir has regularly performed at community events including the highly successful annual Combined Choir Concert featuring choirs from right across the region.
Contact 0427938110 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the free sessions.
Book for term two at the STA website.
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