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7 May 2019 - 10 Jul 2019 | 4.00pm - 5.00pm

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Casula Powerhouse is forming a new children's choir and we're on the lookout for members! The choir will have its premiere performance at the Way Out West (WOW) Festival in July.

This non-auditioned choir is open to children between the ages of 8-12 who love singing. Children from different skill levels and abilities are welcome to attend. All participants will work on pieces from a variety of genres and learn essential choral skills such as following a director, phrasing, opening vowel sounds and effective breathing techniques.

The choir will be led by director, Preeya Stanley. Preeya has worked with children's choirs for over 10 years and is eager to bring the joy of singing to the children of South West Sydney.

Please note that all participants must be available to attend the WOW Festival rehearsal and performance (Tuesday 9 July and Wednesday 10 July.)

Key dates:
Workshop: 7 May - 9 July (4-5pm)  
Rehearsal: 9 July (11am - 12.30pm) - Please note that there will be no afternoon session, just the morning rehearsal. 
Performance: 10 July (between 10am-4pm)

The 2019 Way Out West (WOW) Festival for Young People is a five-day event held in one of Australia’s most unique arts centres, the Casula Powerhouse. Dive into a packed program of theatre, interactive installations, dance, music, literature, food, yoga, workshops and FREE family events guaranteed to inspire joy, creativity and curiosity.

The WOW Festival believes that the arts should be FOR children as well as BY children. This year at the WOW Festival, children and young people take over the art centre as they share their stories and ideas about the world they live in.

Event Information

LocationCasula Powerhouse
Arts Centre

Duration1 hour weekly
Tuesdays during
Term 2


for 10 weeks

Phone02 8711 7123


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