Members of the Echo junior choir will perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City next year.

Join the Children’s Choir

The Campbell River Children’s Choir is looking for young people who love to sing and want to be part of a community choir.

The Campbell River Children’s Choir is looking for young people who love to sing and want to be part of a community choir.

For almost 25 years, the choir has given youth opportunities to experience the joy of music, to make lasting friendships, to travel and learn about other cultures and their music, and to work with internationally acclaimed musicians at home and abroad.

The choir has been invited to perform as part of a choral festival at Carnegie Hall in New York City in April 2012.

The choir takes pride in having a strong team of educators who promote a healthy vocal technique.

To find out more or to arrange an audition with the Campbell River Children’s Choir, call Joanna at 250-202-7464.

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