Roots ‘N’ Wings

 

 

Roots ‘N’ Wings: A new choir for women’s voices aged 19 and up.

Roots ‘N’ Wings sings music that moves you and grooves you, from Stevie Wonder to Voco, Blues to Bach and everything in between. We’ll explore the world’s music and experience the wonder and deep delight that comes from a community of voices soaring together. Join us for our third season…A musical adventure guaranteed to stir your heart, fire you up and leave you wanting more!

Roots ‘N’ Wings is looking for female singers who are:
•committed, passionate and curious
•looking for a unique and wholehearted choral experience
•have previous singing and choral experience
•have a good sense of rhythm and groove and a strong sense of pitch
•have some music reading abilities
•open to singing all styles of music

Rehearsals: Monday evenings from 7:30-9:30pm
Beginning September 28th, 2015
Singers are expected to attend all rehearsals and performances.

Fees: $175 per term*  ($350 for a full season)
*subject to change

Location: Wilson Heights United Church – 1634 E.41st Avenue, Vancouver

Auditions for the Fall 2015/Spring 2016 season are closed. 

For more information about Roots ‘N’ Wings Choir and auditions email Dawn at rootsnwingschoir (at) gmail.com

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Dawn Pemberton (Director)
Vibrant, genuine and soulful, Dawn has deep musical roots that take her powerful voice from gospel and soul to jazz, funk and world music. She has become a staple of the Vancouver music scene and can often be found tearin’ it up as a vocalist, teacher, facilitator, adjudicator, choir director and “go to girl” for live performances and studio sessions. She is the Founder and Artistic Director of  the Roots ‘N’ Wings Women’s Choir and also teaches masterclasses and workshops all over Canada. A passionate educator and performer, Dawn approaches music with a sense of adventure, quirkiness, and serious groove and shapes it into her own unique and dynamic package.  Tight, expressive and bold, Dawn will hit you where it counts, funk you up and make you say “Go ‘head!”