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Masterworks Chorale Invites New Singers
Masterworks Chorale Invites New Singers
Come sing with CNY's premiere community choir!
Masterworks Chorale welcomes singers of all ages, abilities, and experience. Members need only have a true desire to learn and perform great choral music. No formal audition is required, simply attend a rehearsal and chat with conductor Kip Coerper afterwards. Rehearsals are generally held Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm, September through May, at First Presbyterian Church in Skaneateles. For more information, contact Kip at email@example.com, or call 315-702-7325.
Founded in 1965 as the Marcellus Chorale, the Masterworks Chorale has presented a wide variety of performances, and has performed with many church community, and school choral groups. The upcoming 2014-2015 concert season includes a Messiah Sing-Along with instrumentalists, a Christmas collaboration with the Auburn Chamber Orchestra, a March program featuring works by Mozart and Mendelssohn, and a Spring Gala honoring the magical music of Disney!Open Casting Call
The Paul Robeson Performing Arts Company announces auditions for an original stage play directed by Ryan Hope Travis.
Auditions by appointment are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. Auditions will take place on Sat., Sept. 6, 1:00-4:00 pm, and Sun., Sept. 7, 5:00-8:00 pm, at SU's Nancy Cantor Warehouse, room 100 (350 W. Fayette St.)
We are seeking non-union actors for an ensemble based production. Please prepare a poem, monologue or song. Actors who play instruments are encouraged to audition. There will be five performances Oct. 23-31 at Jazz Central. This is a paid gig ($50-$100 provided). Directed by Ryan Hope Travis. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to schedule an audition.Free Student Tickets Available for Legends of Jazz Series
Any Central New York high school vocal or instrumental student musician wanting to attend the 4:30 pm performances of the AAC Legends of Jazz Series at OCC may be admitted free of charge. Space is limited, so 150 tickets for each 4:30 pm series performance will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last.
Any current high school student musician who wants to attend should contact OCC Jazz Ensemble Director Joe Carello at email@example.com, 315-439-0911.Syracuse Opera Seeks Male Singers
Syracuse Opera is seeking tenors and baritones for the chorus for its production of Die Fledermaus in October. Besides opera singers, Syracuse Opera is encouraging musical theater and sacred music performers to audition. Singers must submit a short musical resume that includes performance history and vocal or dramatic training. Email the information to Syracuse Opera.Masterworks Chorale Seeks Singers -- No Audition Required
Masterworks Chorale is about to begin its 49th season of presenting great choral music! We welcome singers of all ages, abilities, and experience. Members need only have a true desire to learn and perform great choral music. No formal audition is required, simply attend a rehearsal and chat with conductor Kip Coerper afterwards. Rehearsals are generally held Tuesday evenings, September through May, in Skaneateles. Interested? You're invited to attend our first rehearsal of the season on Tues., Sept. 2, 7:15 pm, at First Presbyterian Church in Skaneateles. For more information, contact Kip at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 315-702-7325.Call for Poetry
The Syracuse Poster Project invites Central New York poets to submit haiku poems for the 2015 poster series, the 14th annual series. Each year the Project brings together artists from Syracuse University and poets from the community to create a series of 16 posters for the poster panels of downtown Syracuse. Each poster features an illustrated poem about the downtown, city, or nearby countryside.
For entry materials, guidelines on writing haiku, and posters from current and past series, visit the web site at www.posterproject.org, or call Jim Emmons, project coordinator, at 315-443-8781. The submission deadline is Sept. 5. The Project announces the selected poets and artists in December and releases the poster series in April.OHA Seeks Winter-Themed Artwork
After a successful inaugural exhibit in 2013-2014, the Onondaga Historical Association Museum at 321 Montgomery St., Syracuse, is again inviting area artists to submit their artwork for an upcoming exhibit highlighting winter scenes of Onondaga County. "Snowy Splendor: Winter Scenes of Onondaga County," will feature oil and watercolor paintings, photographs, drawings and prints of contemporary or vintage winter scenes of Onondaga County.
Artists are invited to submit their work by Fri., Sept. 19 to OHA Curator of Collections Tom Hunter by first calling 315-428-1864, ext. 320 to make arrangements. Artists may submit digital photos to Thomas.email@example.com if that is more convenient. Each artist submitting artwork will receive OHA's "Incoming Loan Agreement," all artwork will be tagged with the artist's info, and each item will be photographed for additional identification. The exhibit opens October 5 and will close on March 16, 2015.
Onondaga Historical Association maintains over 800 pieces of artwork in its permanent collection, all with a connection to the history of Onondaga County, and is proud to support the current work of local artists.Like Us on Facebook; Follow Us on Twitter!
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