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Sing with new friends: Coquitlam Chorale recruiting voices for next season

You don't have to audition to be a part of the Coquitlam Chorale Society, which is looking for new voices starting in September.
Justin Maller (with guitar) is the artistic director of the Coquitlam Chorale.

A choir with more than 50 years in Coquitlam is recruiting new singers for its next season.

The Coquitlam Chorale Society is calling for sopranos, altos, tenors and basses for its Chorale group, as well as its 16-voice Concordia ensemble that was founded last year.

Led by artistic director Justin Maller, a drama teacher at Gleneagle Secondary, with Lorna Yeates on piano, the community choir rehearses at the Eagle Ridge Bible Fellowship (1160 Lansdowne Dr.), on Mondays from 7 to 9 p.m. starting in September.

The non-auditioned choir, which ranges in ages from 18 to 80, regularly performs concerts and is a member of the British Columbia Chorale Federation.

For more information or to join Coquitlam Chorale, you can visit the society's website.