Discover the joy of singing! The VPOPS Choir division consists of three groups: Level 3 and 4 choirs consist of approximately 30 singers, and perform large works with 4-part harmonies accompanied by the orchestra. The repertoire include Disney movie suites, Broadway hits, and pop classics! The Level 5 choir consists of 8-10 voices singing all the above, plus a cappella music with tunes inspired by contemporary vocal groups such as Pentatonix, Rajaton, The Real Group, and the King's Singers. Founded in 2010, the VPOPS Choir has made appearances around the city, at the Chan Centre, MJFOX Theatre, and also at Carnegie Hall NYC. Start singing with the Vancouver Pops Choir today!
Please note that the last 3 Mondays of each term will combined rehearsals from 6-9pm for all levels.
WEDNESDAY 6-7:30PM (Level 3) (Seat Capacity: 30)
For those who have no previous experience, or cannot read music fluently, but would like an easy environment to learn the art of choral singing. 15 minute repertoire per term, performance at Chan Centre.
MONDAY 6-8PM (Level 4) (Seat Capacity: 30)
For those who have previous experience either in high school or college, and can read music fluently (both pitch and rhythms). 30 minute repertoire per term, performance at Chan Centre.
THURSDAY 8-10pm (Level 5) (Seat Capacity: 10)
For the most musically apt, who have had much previous experience in other choirs, can sight read fluently, can tune sensitively and harmonize, and can hold their own part without assistance. 45 minute repertoire per term, performance at Chan Centre.
"A brilliant place to make beautiful music and everlasting friendships! The Vancouver Orchestra Club will encourage you to practice your art and become a much more confident performer, whether you sing or play an instrument. I would highly recommend people of all experience levels to join!"
- Rachel Wong, Alto Singer and Cellist
EACH ENSEMBLE TERM INCLUDES
12 Weekly Ensemble rehearsals
One-on-one coaching with (2 Sessions included/term)
1 Concert Performance at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts
Video and Photography to capture all the action