MTT is excited to be hosting a series of A Chorus Line -themed workshops ahead of our Spring 2022 production. All members are encouraged to participate throughout the fall to learn more about the club and the production, while learning new skills and helping develop the creative vision of A Chorus Line.
Our orchestra workshops aim to provide a framework for understanding different musical styles through the medium of musical theatre. Each workshop will explore a specific musical or genre, perfect for anyone who is interested in having fun whilst expanding their skills as a musician.
Rehearsals on Wednesday are from 6-9 and on Saturday from 10-2.
Some of the learning outcomes of this workshop series include:
- Practice playing together in a group environment
- Become more familiar with different musical styles within musical theatre
- Refine your skills as a musician
Want to join? Be sure to bring your instrument to the session! Sheet music will be provided by the club. Masks for woodwind and brass instruments will be available at the workshops
Please bring a mask that you can wear while playing your instrument. If you do not have one, a limited number will be available for purchase.
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. All instruments are welcome! If you have any questions, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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All participants must prove they have been vaccinated against COVID-19 with the BC Vaccine Card (or equivalent). Masks must be worn at all times. We will be collecting the names and phone numbers of all participants for contract tracing purposes. Please do not attend workshops if you have any COVID-19 symptoms or should be isolating.
YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE WORKSHOPS DOES NOT GUARANTEE YOU A ROLE IN THE SPRING PARTICIPATION OF A CHORUS LINE. You will be required to sign a contract stating that you understand this condition to participate.