By Tate Papworth
The Brimbank Multicultural Community Choir is looking for new members to freshen up its sound.
Musical director Veronica Gauci said the group was seeking a variety of new voices, including baritones, tenors, altos and sopranos.
“We have a wonderful group of singers, but we’re looking to boost our numbers,” Ms Gauci said.
“Singing together is a wonderful way to enjoy music and meet new people. You don’t need to be an experienced singer – all you need is a love of music and a willingness to join in.”
The choir meets regularly during school terms and occasionally performs at events such as a recent Bowery Theatre performance with Ajak Kwai in St Albans and citizenship ceremonies.
Ms Gauci said the choir sang in English as well as a diverse range of languages – including recent performances in Dutch, German, Italian, Maltese, and Tagalog – making it a truly multicultural choir.
“Some people can find singing in different languages challenging at first – but we take it slow and most people get the hang of it very quickly,” she said.
“It’s always a fun and rewarding experience to master a new piece,” she said.
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