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Sing for FUN!  

Sept 5, 2017 through Jan 27, 2018

Registration closes October 1st, 2017!

North Shore Teen Choir is an a non-audition, non-religious teaching choir that brings teens together to have fun creating music in community and to learn about supporting our community through fundraising concerts that support local charities.  Having fun and laughing together as we sing builds confidence and helps everyone feel great as they share their voices, enthusiasm and joy with the group, our audiences and those we help in the community.

What You Get

  • Improve your singing skills in a safe, encouraging, fun and relaxed atmosphere filled with laughter and song
  • Experience a weekly uplift; it’s therapeutic to be enveloped in glorious harmonies of joyful voices.  Singing in community is scientifically proven to improve your physical and mental health
  • Sing songs from around the world, from pop to traditional
  • Get energized at weekly Tuesday evening rehearsals
  • Perform in our public concert at the end of each season to fundraise for charity (optional)register
  • Meet new people and make new friends during social time at rehearsals.
  • Get support learning with Online rehearsal tools
  • Enjoy Social Evenings each season (variety night, movie night, potluck, karaoke, etc)
  • Numerous benefits and community involvement that comes with singing in a choir!

Membership is $266 per season or $478.80 per year (10% off).

NEW SINGERS WELCOME to our September and February rehearsals only for a $10 drop-in.
Enrol more than one family member (including in Spirit’s Call Choir) and receive 20% OFF all memberships!

We Support Our Community

The fundraising potential of a large choir is amazing as we’ve seen with our sister choirs across the country.  As we grow in numbers, we will raise from $10-$20K per concert event to give away to charity, supporting people and organizations in our community.

Concert Proceeds Support

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Harvest Project, Impacting the community by breaking the poverty cycle and restoring people to participation in work, school and a healthier family life.

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2017/2018 Schedule

Tuesdays 5:00 to 6:30pm

Canyon Heights Church,
4840 Capilano Road,
North Vancouver

2017/2018 Seasons

Fall/Winter Session

Sept 5 to Jan 27, 2018

Concert on Jan 27, 2018.

Spring Session

Feb 6 to Jun 16, 2017

Concert on June 16, 2018.

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Who We Are

Sandi Melody

Sandi Melody

Co-Director, Spirit's Call Choir

Sandi founded Harmony House Music Training and Performance Center in 1993 to teach students the fun they can have in music while driving to excel.  Sandi’s passion is teaching vocal ensembles and performance classes because there is so much creative energy in the room where students learn to be supportive and accepting of each other, generating excitement as they see the positive results of their collaboration. Read more…
Jeremy Vallance

Jeremy Vallance

Co-Director, Spirit's Call Choir

Jeremy has delighted choristers and audiences spreading the joy of singing with humour, high energy and enthusiasm, leading Winnipeg’s Spirit’s Call Choir for the last eight years. Excited to build a choir in Vancouver, Jeremy has long taught that music must be fun and accessible to everyone. With positive acceptance he invites everyone into a comfortable and non-threatening atmosphere that gets them to relax, laugh and enjoy themselves while discovering they can sing together in harmony.  Read more…
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