In celebration of their 10th anniversary season, the Young Sudbury Singers have a jammed packed holiday lineup.
Sunday, November 20 – 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. – Young Sudbury Singers will have a table at the New Sudbury Centre, selling their original Christmas cards and tickets for their upcoming performance in Tales of A Charlie Brown Christmas with the Jerry Granelli Trio that will be held on Friday, December 2 at 7 pm, in the Fraser Auditorium at Laurentian University.
Friday, December 2 – 7 p.m. – Young Sudbury Singers perform in Tales of A Charlie Brown Christmas featuring The Jerry Granelli Trio in the Fraser Auditorium at Laurentian University. Drummer Jerry Granelli is the only surviving member of Vince Guaraldi’s trio who recorded the iconic 1965 ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ soundtrack. Today, he continues to honour the music in his live special performances. Parents and grandparents alike will have the opportunity to introduce jazz to a brand new generation as The Jerry Granelli Trio joins with the Young Sudbury Singers to recreate the magic of this classic album.
Tales of A Charlie Brown Christmas is proudly presented by Young Sudbury Singers, in association with Jazz Sudbury. Tickets are $35 for adults ($40 at the door), $20 for students ($25 at the door) and $15 for children 12 and under ($20 at the door). Tickets are available on-line at youngsudburysingers.ca and may also be purchased at the Jazz Sudbury office (96 Larch St., Suite 200) or by contacting Ralph McIntosh at (705) 662-0115 or [email protected] .
Saturday, December 3 – 2 p.m. – Young Sudbury Singers will appear on the CTV-Lions Club Christmas Telethon, in the F W Sheridan Auditorium at Sudbury Secondary School.
Friday, December 9 – 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. – Young Sudbury Singers will perform live on CBC Radio during CBC Morning North’s seasonal remote event SOUNDS OF THE SEASON, to be held at the Sudbury Food Bank on Lorne St.
YOUNG SUDBURY SINGERS
YOUNG SUDBURY SINGERS is a Sudbury-based charitable organization whose mandate is to provide a high-quality (and low-cost) choral music education to children and youth ages 7-18. The choir often performs in conjunction with other musical ensembles such as the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra and the Bel Canto Chorus, and regularly shares their joy of singing at a variety of community events.
Other highlights of our 10th anniversary season include participation in a choral celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday on May 1/17, and “Noye’s Fludde”, Benjamin Britten’s one-act opera based on the story of Noah’s Ark, presented by the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra with local professional soloists, on June 3/17.
Registration is now open for our Winter/Spring term which begins on Wednesday January 11, 2017. For more information about the choir and its activities, or to download a registration form, visit our website at www.youngsudburysingers.ca . You may also contact Michelle Ciulini at (705) 522 5562 or [email protected] with any questions.
JAZZ SUDBURY – www.jazzsudbury.ca
Jazz Sudbury is a charitable organization dedicated to producing performances and activities in the area of music for the purpose of advancing the public’s understanding and appreciation of the arts through festivals, performances and workshops. Previously named Best New Festival and one of the Top 100 Festivals in Ontario by Festivals and Events Ontario, Jazz Sudbury has grown to be one of the premier events in the North.