The Moose Jaw Community Choir is getting set for another season and are currently looking for new members. 

The choir is open to anyone with a passion for music and it is a non-auditioned choir so no one will be turned away. 

The Moose Jaw Community Choir is made up of like-minded people who love to sing and bring music to the community. 

“It’s really for enjoyment. Also, we have a concert, and we bring music to the community,” said choir director Diane Rhodes. 

In particular, the choir is putting a call out for male tenor and bass voices to add balance to the group. 

“Before the pandemic, I think we had six, maybe seven, men and then we had 18 last year, so we’d love it if we could get even more men, that’s for sure so that the balance is better,” Rhodes said. 

Rehearsals take place every Monday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at the First Free Methodist Church. 

Those interested in joining can attend the first rehearsal on Sept. 11 with a pencil, water bottle and $40 for registration. Rhodes recommended arriving 30 minutes early for the first practice. 

For those looking for more information, you can contact Rhodes at 306-640-8098. 

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