Seneca Soundwaves Rehearsal
1:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Sing Into Spring---Chase the Winter Blues Away!
Off with the old and ON with the new!
Canandaigua, New York- All over the globe, Sweet Adelines International choruses are joining together to teach the world to sing. Women of all ages who enjoy singing are invited to attend a rehearsal of Seneca Soundwaves Chorus and the Good Sheperd Church at 320 South Pearl Street in Canandaigua any Saturday morning from 9:30 to 11:45 am. Seneca Soundwaves Chorus is a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, an organization of nearly 25,000 women worldwide who sing four-part a cappella harmony, barbershop style.
The Seneca Soundwaves members share a love for music and singing barbershop harmony. As a member, you too can experience the exhilartation of performing and singing with the Seneca Soundwaves Chorus. Any women of average singing ability, with or without vocal training, will find a part that fits her voice range with the help of the chorus' musical leaders and director(s).
The Seneca Soundwaves Chorus performs regularly throughout the community, offering its talent for entertainment at civic events and charitable functions. This summer we will sing at the Waterloo Memorial Day celebration and the Relay For Life in Manchester, NY.
To learn more about Sweet Adelines International and how to become a member of the Seneca Soundwaves Chorus visit www.senecasoundwaves.com or contact Jo Anne Coutlee at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information is available on the International website by visiting, http://www.sweetadelineintl.org.
Sweet Adelines International is a musical force in the United States and around the world. The organization is headquartered in Tulsa, Okla., where it was founded in 1945. This nonprofit musica education organization is one of the world's largest singing organizations for women encompassing nearly 25,000 members, 1,200 registered quartets and 600 choruses in most of the fifty United States, Australia, Canada, England, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Scotland, Sweden, The Netherlands and Wales.