Are you a youth who loves to sing and looking for a
new opportunity to share your voice? Join the Arcady Youth Singers!
The Arcady Youth Singers will perform in the musical RUTH at the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts in Brantford on Friday, June 23 with Arcady’s professional
international cast. Youth will have the opportunity to work firsthand with the composer himself! Leading up to the show weekly rehearsals will take place on Saturday afternoons at Central Presbyterian Church in Brantford starting Saturday, April 29.
Youth are invited to join the Arcady Youth Singers free of charge.
To register contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arcady Youth Singers and mentors in Christmas with Arcady, November 28, 2015
The Arcady Youth Singers typically take part in 2-3 major Arcady concerts per year, including a Christmas concert and a Spring fundraiser gala concert. The youth, who range in age from 8 to 18, receive training through a mentorship program that combines Arcady’s professional musicians with those in the youth group. Rather than being a year-round program, rehearsals are scheduled only in the weeks leading up to a concert. This opportunity provides unparalleled experiences for these young musicians. There is no registration fee, making this opportunity available to all.
The Arcady youth training chorus was created during the summer of 2009. Performing in front of a full house audience on June 5, 2009, approximately 50 children joined Arcady’s experienced chorus in a performance of the Canadian opera, Ruth, written and directed by Arcady director Ronald Beckett. To date the youth ensemble has performed in a number of performances of Ruth, the annual Voices of Summer concert, Beckett’s Welcome Yule, and Mahler’s Symphony of a Thousand with conductor Boris Brott and the National Academy Orchestra (picture below). This program is proudly supported by Arcady’s generous sponsors. Contact Arcady by email at email@example.com to find out more or register.
Watch the Arcady Youth Singers in the YouTube video below: