New choir led by Paul Moore starting up in Armstrong

Tenor Paul Moore is starting a new choir in Armstrong.

The Juilliard-trained singer, with 20 years of experience performing professionally and instructing, has already established a choir in Vernon and is now welcoming vocalists of all experiences and abilities to join his new choir in Armstrong.

“I’ve been thinking about this for a year now and because of recent calls from people in Enderby and Armstrong for the Vernon choir, I thought it might be good for everyone if I make the trip and let everyone assemble at the Zion United Church,” said Moore, adding choir members have an opportunity to perform in a spring concert.

“My specialty is making people feel comfortable and helping them learn material easily by making it fun. And if a person has the courage and is willing to show up, then I know they can sing, so I will respect them tremendously and give them everything I know that will make them a better singer.”

Practice for the new choir takes place at the Zion United Church, 2315 Pleasant Valley Rd., Armstrong  every Wednesday starting Feb. 27 at 7 p.m.

For more information, contact Moore at  pdmoore@shaw.ca.


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