Sing a new song!
Although we can’t meet in person, Magnolia Chorale is forging ahead with a phenomenal fall semester of weekly virtual rehearsals on Zoom. This will help us keep our voices in shape until the time we can meet in person.
Our director Jean-Marie Kent has come up with an exciting mix of events ranging from singalongs, to special sessions on singing technique, and music theory and history. Some weeks members will have a choice of breakout sessions. Other weeks we’ll divide into sectionals.
All rehearsals are on Sunday evenings from 7 — 8:15 pm via Zoom. See the complete schedule here.
About once a month we will open the rehearsal to the public to give nonmembers a chance to get acquainted with the Chorale for a singalong, trivia challenge, or other group activity. Our next public event is Striving for Diversity in Choir on Sunday November 15. It's open to Chorale members and nonmembers. Stay tuned for more details.
To join us for the entire semester, please email our Membership Team Captain, Kiley at email@example.com. She’ll make sure you’re set up on Choir Genius. You can pay dues online or mail a check. You’ll find the details here.
Although we won’t have a concert at the end of this semester, we look forward to the time we can meet again in person. Until then, this gives us a chance to sing together safely and keep Magnolia Chorale’s 30-year tradition alive and singing.
We look forward to seeing you on screen!
Each week we’re offering one of our loyal sponsors an opportunity to highlight their activities during these challenging times. It’s a small token of our appreciation for their support over the years.
This week’s spotlight:
Nelson Orthodontics in Ballard and Magnolia
Nelson Orthodontics has been helping our neighbors improve their smiles since 1967 when Dr. James Nelson started his practice in Magnolia. His son, Dr. Paul Nelson, spent his high school summers working in his father’s orthodontic lab where he began to develop an interest in the profession. That led to his completing graduate studies in orthodontics at the University of Washington and joining the practice in 1995.
Today Nelson Orthodontics offers individualized services to meet the unique needs of each person who walks through our doors. We offer both Invisalign and braces at two convenient locations in Ballard and Magnolia. Learn more about us at www.nelsonsmiles.com
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Your support keeps music alive and well in Magnolia and our community! Donate today to keep spirits high and share the joy that transforms lives and gives hope for the future.
We are a 501(c)3 organization and all contributions are fully deductible to the extent allowed by law.
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