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PRESS RELEASE: Dream Things True – Music of The Imagination Youth Choir Concert May 25

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COQUITLAM, BC – Choral fans across the Lower Mainland are in for a treat on May 25th as Coastal Sound Youth Choir joins musical forces with Edmonton Youth Choir in Dream Things True: Music of the Imagination. Under the direction of conductors Joel Tranquilla and John Wiebe, the choirs will kick-off their Western Canada tour with a program that features a fantastic array of both Canadian and internationally composed choral works. The concert will take place in the beautiful acoustic of St. John’s Shaughnessy Church in Vancouver. Special guests Burnaby Mountain Secondary Chamber Choir, directed by Deanna Gestrin will add their voices to the program.

From Polynesian chant to Swedish progressive rock, and works by renowned choral composers, including Jeff Enns, Ēriks Ešenvalds, Jake Runestad, and Eric Whitacre, Dream Things True is a collaborative choral experience, bringing together two of the finest youth choirs in the country. A night of creation, collaboration, friendship, and music for the whole family, Dream Things True is an example of the vibrancy and passion of youth.

Following the Vancouver performance, the choirs will take Dream Things True on the road, with informal concerts along the way to formal performances in Calgary and Edmonton.

Program includes:

Ka Hia Manu- Stephen Hatfield
Leonardo Dreams of his Flying Machine- Eric Whitacre
Ti in jaz-Ambroz Copi
Songs Are Thoughts- Lavinia Kell Parker
O, She Doth Teach the Torches to Burn Bright- Eriks Esenvalds
Amor de mi Alma-Z. Randall Stroope
Bright Morning Stars- Shawn Kirchner
Only in Sleep-Eriks Esenvalds

Dream Things True: Music of the Imagination, Thursday, May 25th at 7:30 PM (doors open at 7:00 PM)
St. John’s Shaughnessy Anglican Church —1490 Nanton Avenue, Vancouver
Tickets are available online at www.coastalsoundmusic.com

Adults – $20/ Seniors & Students – $15/Children (12 & under) – $10

Edmonton Youth Choir

EYC is the oldest choir in the Edmonton Youth & Children’s Choir family and focuses on advanced, a cappella repertoire.  The choir has competed successfully in festivals and competitions across Canada and Europe, has been heard nationally on CBC Radio, has recorded six CDs, and tours have taken the group to locales across Canada and around the world. In July 2014, the choir received two Gold Medals for their performances at the World Choir Games in Riga, Latvia and in 2016 they toured South Africa.  When not touring the choir has presented full-scale choral-orchestral works with members of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and the Edmonton Youth Orchestra.

Coastal Sound Youth Choir

The Coastal Sound Youth Choir has become well-known throughout the Canadian choral community for its passionate, creative and heartfelt performances, representing the true energy and determination of Canadian youth. In 2013, Coastal Sound was awarded first place in the youth choir category at the ACCC National Competition for Amateur Choirs, and was also chosen, along with Elektra Women’s Choir, to represent Canada at the 2013 Chorus America Conference. In 2016 the Coastal Sound Youth Choir was selected as a showcase choir for Podium, Choral Canada’s national, biennial conference and festival.

Burnaby Mountain Secondary Chamber Choir

The Burnaby Mountain Secondary Chamber Choir, recognized for their musicality and choral excellence, is comprised of singers ages 13 to 17. Under the direction of Deanna Gestrin, the singers learn advanced vocal and choral technique through the study of repertoire spanning a variety of cultures, styles, and time periods. The BMSS Chamber Choir gives numerous performances each year in contexts ranging from school and community performances, to festivals and tours. They also have the unique opportunity of working with local and visiting vocal clinicians each year. Among other performance highlights, they were recently invited to perform at the British Columbia School Superintendents Association’s annual conference.

Quotes

This program is all about the vibrancy and limitlessness of the imagination, the coming together of ideas. Choral singing is at its best when people connect in the spirit of sharing and collaboration.” – Joel Tranquilla, Coastal Sound Youth Choir Director

“I’m so excited to perform and tour with the Edmonton Youth Choir! It’ll be amazing to have singers coming from two different provinces, joining together to become one voice.”Erin Taylor, Coastal Sound Youth Choir Member

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For more information, photos or to request and interview, please contact:

 

Andrea Howorth, Marketing & Operations Manager

admin@coastalsoundmusic.com

604.552.2762 or 604.802.2440

PRESS RELEASE: A Choral Celebration from Coast to Coast with Canadian Chamber Choir

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Coquitlam BC – February 10, 2017

The Canadian Chamber Choir performs with Coastal Sound Choirs

The Canadian Chamber Choir/Chɶur de chambre du Canada (CCC) will be in the lower mainland for workshops on February 24th and 25th, and performances throughout the region.

On Saturday February 25th the CCC joins choral forces with three choirs from Coastal Sound Music Academy for “A Choral Celebration from Coast to Coast”, taking place at Canadian Memorial United Church at 1806 W. 15th Avenue, Vancouver.

The concert with Coastal Sound will include repertoire from the CCC’s Juno Award-nominated album “Sacred Reflections of Canada – A Canadian Mass”, such as Tabula Rasa by Don MacDonald and Gloria! by Tobin Stokes – both of whom call BC home. Other BC composers like Brian Tate, Bruce Sled, Tim Corlis and Stephen Hatfield will also be featured.

The all-Canadian choral program has been thoughtfully woven to reflect the history, geography and changing cityscapes of this land. For example, three generations of Lil’wat singers who are members of the Coastal Sound organization, will perform a Women’s Warrior song to illustrate how the early French-speaking Voyageurs relied on indigenous hospitality and knowledge in order to survive.

Coastal Sound artistic director Diana Clark is a passionate advocate for Canadian choral music, and is thrilled at the collaboration and connection between the choirs. “It’s a rare treat to have the Canadian Chamber Choir here! Listeners will find the varied all-Canadian program interesting and accessible. We are also grateful for the exceptional opportunity for Coastal Sound singers in the Children’s, Youth and Adult choirs to learn from some of Canada’s finest choral singers.”

The Canadian Chamber Choir tour also includes workshops for local singers and conductors of all ages and stages. Friday, February 24 has the CCC sharing their expertise in SD43 as part of the professional development day, and the morning of February 25th they are at Vancouver Academy of Music for a public workshop on healthy singing for life.

Tickets for A Choral Celebration from Coast to Coast are available online at www.coastalsoundmusic.com. Adult $22, Student/Senior $17 or Child (12 and under) $10.  Group Rates are available for 10 or more people.  Contact admin@coastalsoundmusic.com for more details.

About Coastal Sound Music Academy

Coastal Sound Music Academy is a non-profit choral music education organization based in the Tri-Cities. The goals of this dynamic organization are to inspire each singer to develop to their fullest potential as individuals, musicians and as caring, engaged citizens. Healthy singing and musical excellence is nurtured in each person. From the wee 4 to 5 year old “Sources” song play program, to the professional and award winning Youth and Children’s Choirs, to DeCoro (a choral experience for adults), there is a place for singers to be uplifted, sharing a sense of spirit, artistry, joy and connection.

 

About Canadian Chamber Choir

The Canadian Chamber Choir includes singers, conductors, composers, educators, choreographers and scholars of Canadian choral music. Under the visionary leadership of Julia Davids, the choir convenes in a different region of Canada at least twice a year, offering concerts and mentoring choral practitioners of all ages and stages.

Wherever the Canadian Chamber Choir performs, they are met with praise for their expressive, committed interpretations, and their warm enthusiasm for sharing their gifts in the community. Concerts feature world premieres on every tour, workshops draw singers at any ability-level into vibrant music making, and masterclasses offer conductors and composers hands-on experience with one of the finest choirs on the continent.  Through these interactions, the CCC has inspired, nurtured, and mentored thousands of choral enthusiasts while working tirelessly to champion the vast wealth of choral music created in Canada. The power of this unique vision has allowed the CCC to truly become Canada’s coast-to-coast chamber choir.

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For more information, photos or to request an interview contact:

Andrea Howorth 604.802.2440 or 604.552.2762

admin@coastalsoundmusic.com

www.coastalsoundmusic.com

@coastalsound

Link to full Canadian Chamber Choir photo:

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Link to casual “choir on a bridge” photo:

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Link to photo of Canadian Chamber Choir Artistic Team (L to R: Jeff Enns, composer-in-residence; Julia Davids, artistic director; Joel Tranquilla, associate conductor)

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PDF Version CSMA Press Release – Canadian Chamber Choir Feb 25 2017 FINAL

Canadian Chamber Choir

The Canadian Chamber Choir/Chɶur de chambre du Canada (CCC) returns to the lower mainland for a workshop and concert tour taking place February 18th to 26th, which will include performances in Abbotsford, Surrey, Squamish, and Vancouver. On Saturday February 25th the CCC joins choral forces with three choirs from the Coastal Sound Music Academy for a special joint concert entitled “A Choral Celebration from Coast to Coast”. 

The CCC began as an unlikely dream nurtured by alumni of the 1999 National Youth Choir, and became a phenomenon that grew out of passion and determination. A decade and a half later, the Juno-nominated Canadian Chamber Choir has matured into an artistic force whose mandate to bring new and existing Canadian choral music to every corner of Canada has allowed singers, conductors, audiences, and composers to come together in celebration of the depth of this country’s choral heritage. Under the artistic direction of renowned conductor and music educator Julia Davids, the CCC has pursued artistic excellence in every performance while always remaining true to its core mission: building community through choral singing.

 
The joint concert with Coastal Sound will include repertoire from the CCC’s Juno Award-nominated album “Sacred Reflections of Canada – A Canadian Mass”, such as Tabula Rasa by Don Macdonald and Gloria! by Tobin Stokes – both of whom call BC home. Bruce Sled’s La-ba-lin-da and Tim Corlis’ Loveliest of Trees will round out the repertoire by BC composers, and will be interspersed in the program among other works such as Vision Chant by Andrew Balfour, Lavinia Kell Parker’s Songs Are Thoughts, and Silence by Nancy Telfer.
 
The CCC offers some of Canada’s finest choral singers a professional choral environment in which to nurture their gifts, and the singers in turn give of their talents to the communities in which they perform. Each CCC tour features workshops for local singers and conductors of all ages and stages, as well as performances of diverse music by Canadian composers both established and emerging. Through these interactions, the CCC has inspired, nurtured, and mentored thousands of choral enthusiasts while working tirelessly to champion the vast wealth of choral music created in Canada. The power of this unique vision has allowed the CCC to truly become Canada’s coast-to-coast chamber choir.
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Link to photo of Artistic Team (L to R: Jeff Enns, composer-in-residence; Julia Davids, artistic director; Joel Tranquilla, associate conductor)
 
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Canadian Chamber Choir with CSMA Feb 25

A Choral Celebration from Coast to Coast to Coast2017-01-22_Choral-Celebration-red-LETTER

featuring the Canadian Chamber Choir with Coastal Sound 

Saturday, February 25, 2017

7:30 pm-Canadian Memorial Church, 1806 W 15th Avenue, Vancouver

A made-in-Canada choral adventure featuring a variety of music by established and emerging Canadian composers. This musical journey will evoke the forces of nature, the passage from birth to death, elements of the liturgical calendar, reflections from various cultures and every region of this country. An eclectic selection of music from folksongs to original works by Tim Corlis, Don MacDonald, Tobin Stokes and others, also features pieces from the CCC’s JUNO-nominated recording “Sacred Reflections of Canada – A Canadian Mass.”

Also performing: Children’s Choir, Youth Choir, DeCoro

Ticket prices for this concert are: Adults $22 / Senior $17 / Student $17 / Children 12 and under $10 

Want to bring a group of 10 or more? Please contact us for group rates: andrea@coastalsoundmusic.com

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PRESS RELEASE: Comfort and Joy – A Bit of Sweden Comes to Evergreen Cultural Centre

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 A bit of Sweden comes to the Evergreen Cultural Centre on December 11

Coastal Sound Choirs once again surprise and delight with their annual holiday concert, Comfort and Joy. This year, the choral celebration on Sunday December 11th begins with the centuries-old Swedish tradition of Sankta Lucia, where a processional of white robed choristers sings the Swedish Sankta Lucia songs by candlelight. As in Sweden, a singer dressed as Sankta Lucia–Saint Lucy–wears a crown of candles on her head, leading the procession of choristers. It is said that by celebrating Saint Lucy’s Day, the patron saint of light, one will be able to cope and live through the long winter days. 

“Our Children’s Choir was asked if we might be able to re-enact a Sankta Lucia processional, and I fell in love with the luminous music that is part of this tradition,” says artistic director Diana Clark. “We actually have a singer named Lucy in the choir this year, so it was easy to decide who would be wearing the crown of candles!”

Although we don’t have the same kind of dark and snowy winters that they do in Sweden, Coastal Sound is bringing some of that candlelight glow to the Evergreen Cultural Centre.

“In Sweden, the processional includes “Star Boys” that wear tall white hats with stars on them, but we have instead put our own spin on this idea, weaving in our own local traditions,” explains Clark, who is known for her creative productions.

Listeners can expect to really get into the spirit of the season, with audience sing- a-longs, thoughtful piano interludes, rousing pieces sung by a massed choir of 100 singers, and the warmth of emotion that the music evokes.

In these family-friendly holiday concerts, you will grin at the adorable youngsters, sing-along exuberantly and enjoy holiday music old and new. You will be ready for winter and the Christmas season after Coastal Sound singers wrap you in sweet sounds!

On December 11th Comfort & Joy concerts includes singers “small to tall” in a well-paced and varied program that audiences have come to expect and love from Coastal Sound choirs.

 

Comfort & Joy: Sunday, December 11th, 2016. 3:00 pm & 7:00 pm–Evergreen Cultural Centre, 1205 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam. 

3PM: Sources, Con Brio, Con Vita, Boychoir, Con Bella, Sources, Children’s Choir & DeCoro

7PM: Coastal Sound Children’s Choir, DeCoro, Con Bella and Coastal Sound Youth Choir

Ticket pricing and purchase information for all shows at www.coastalsoundmusic.com

 

About Coastal Sound Music Academy

Coastal Sound’s mission is to transform lives and build community through choral music. The goals of this non-profit society are to inspire each singer to develop to their fullest potential as individuals, musicians and as caring, engaged citizens. The organization, based in the Tri-Cities since 1989, strives to nurture healthy developing voices and musical excellence.

From the wee 4-5 year old “Sources” song play program, to the professional and award winning Youth and Children’s Choirs, to DeCoro a choral experience for adults, to a choir for all boys, there is a place for singers to share a sense of spirit, artistry, heart and community.

 

For more information, photos or to request an interview contact:

Andrea Howorth at 604.552.2762

admin@coastalsoundmusic.com

@coastalsound

Press Release PDF File

 

 

PRESS RELEASE: See Amid the Winter Snow Christmas with Coastal Sound Youth Choir

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Coquitlam BC – November 21, 2016

Celebrate the Beauty of the Season with Coastal Sound Youth Choir

Winter wonderlands aren’t always made of snow. Coastal Sound Youth Choir creates nature-inspired beauty with their 50 luminous and expressive voices, along with their new conductor Joel Tranquilla and pianist David Antoniuk.

The imaginative program sparkles with songs you’ll love: standard choral repertoire such as Bach’s motet Lobet den Herrn all Heiden and Lauridsen’s Sure on This Shining Night; recently composed works by outstanding Canadian composers such as Jeff Enns and Jason Jestadt; and new arrangements of pop songs like Joni Mitchell’s River and Imogen Heap’s Can’t Take It In.

 

Listeners can expect to really get into the spirit of the season, with audience sing- a-longs, thoughtful piano interludes, rousing pieces sung by a massed choir of 100 singers, and the warmth of emotion that the music evokes.

“I try to build concert programs as though I’m an art curator putting together a series of installations. Some Baroque with Neoclassic here, a Marian motet alongside Leonard Cohen there…Joni Mitchell and Debussy are in dialogue while Sondheim introduces a gospel number. I like variety, and I always hope that there will be something for everyone in the audience,”  says conductor Joel Tranquilla.

 The Coastal Sound Youth Choir has become known in the Canadian choral community for their passionate and imaginative performances. The choir is made up of 50 young people aged 16-24, representing over ten different municipalities from across the Metro Vancouver area of British Columbia. Eclectic, heartfelt, creative, and full of the energy and determination of youth, Coastal Sound Youth Choir performances have become a destination for music fans across the region.

This is the first concert for the choir under the artistic direction of Dr. Joel Tranquilla. Tranquilla, a singer himself, also serves as associate conductor of the Canadian Chamber Choir, and brings a highly skilled and vibrant energy to the group. David Antoniuk, a brilliant young pianist, joins the Coastal Sound Music Academy team this season.

Also on the program, cameo performances by Coastal Sound Children’s Choir and adult group DeCoro.

See Amid the Winter Snow: Christmas with the Coastal Sound Youth Choir

Saturday, December 10th, 7:30pm  

New Westminster Christian Reformed Church, 8255 13th Ave, Burnaby

Tickets: Adults $20/Seniors $15/Child 12 and under $10 available online: buy tickets

For more information, photos or to request an interview contact:

Andrea Howorth 604.552.2762

admin@coastalsoundmusic.com

www.coastalsoundmusic.com

@coastalsound

Press Release PDF File

 

As Seen In The Tri City News: A New Song for Coquitlam’s 125th

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A New Chapter: Carrie Tennant’s Last Concerts with Coastal Sound

A new chapter for Coastal Sound – Youth Choir director Carrie Tennant passes the baton.
 
Since 2007, we’ve all enjoyed the most inspiring, uplifting, moving, and sometimes intentionally hilarious, performances under Carrie Tennant’s direction. Carrie brought together 2 very different youth choirs that existed at Coastal Sound, and worked diligently to create the cohesive group that audiences have grown to adore over the years. 
 
Under Carrie’s expert direction, the group has won numerous prestigious national awards and accolades, and has had the honour of representing Coastal Sound at national and international choral conferences. Carrie’s exceptional leadership and creative vision for what is possible for Youth Choirs, has left indelible imprints on all who have worked with her, and seen her directing. 
 
Coastal Sound’s founding artistic director, Donna Otto, says that she knew she’d spotted a gem in Carrie, when she was a young choral director at Maple Ridge Secondary! We are all so thankful that Donna encouraged Carrie to join the Coastal Sound family!
 
Carrie will be leaving Coastal Sound this month in order to focus on her new family and growing her Vancouver Youth Choir organization. 
 
We will miss Carrie tremendously, but are truly and deeply grateful for all she’s given us. 
 
Join us in thanking her, at the Indiekör concerts: June 9 Victoria & June 11 Vancouver.
 

We Live Here: Celebrating Coquitlam 125

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Coquitlam BC, June 2, 2016 — Coastal Sound Music Academy Celebrates Coquitlam’s 125th Anniversary with We Live Here, Sunday, June 12th, 7:00 pm at Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam.

 

Celebrating the 125th anniversary of City of Coquitlam, Coastal Sound choirs tall to small examine where we live, our history and our hobbies, through the lens of choral music.

 

For Coastal Sound’s Artistic Director, Diana Clark, this concert is extra special. “I grew up in Coquitlam, in Ranch Park. In 45 years, I’ve watched this city grow up, from a ‘one strip-mall town’ to the bustling urban area that it is now. It’s been fun to reminisce with other Coquitlam residents, and to think about music that reflects this beautiful area that we call home.”

 

On weekends, Westwood Raceway— Canada’s first purpose-built road racing circuit— could always be heard from Clark’s childhood home. For this show, Clark has commissioned an arrangement of Little GTO by Ronnie and the Daytonas, to pay tribute to the track and it’s place in Coquitlam’s history.

 

Other special surprises include the world premieres of two new works, and a musical cameo performance by Coquitlam’s own Mayor Stewart! 

 

Coastal Sound’s adult choir, DeCoro will give a preview performance of a song commissioned and written by Coquitlam resident George Chung to celebrate Coquitlam’s 125th Anniversary.  This was funded by a grant provided by Spirit of Coquitlam and Coquitlam Foundation.

 

Choir Biography

The Coastal Sound Music Academy transforms lives and builds community through the pursuit of choral music excellence. From the 4-year-olds in the Sources song play program to the national award-winning Youth Choir to the DeCoro choir for adults, there is a place for singers of all ages to share a sense of spirit, artistry, heart and community. Whether they are singing for international conferences, Indie rock arrangements or traditional a cappella singing, Coastal Sound has gained a reputation for presenting artistic, entertaining and engaging performances.

 

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We Live Here

Sunday, June 12th, 2016 7:00 pm

Evergreen Cultural Centre, 1205 Pintree Way, Coquitlam

Tickets: $20 Adults  $15 Seniors  $10 Children (12 and under)

Tickets online: www.coastalsoundmusic.com    by phone: 604-927-6555 (Evergreen Culture Centre Box Office)

 

For more information or to request an interview:

Andrea Howorth 604-802-2440  admin@coastalsoundmusic.com

National Award Winning INDIEKÖR has last run

National Award Winning  
 INDIEKÖR Show Has Its Last Run
Thursday, June 9th in Victoria + 
Saturday, June 11th in Vancouver
 
 
 
Vancouver, BC  – The Coastal Sound Youth Choir is pleased to announce the return of Indiekör for the fifth year in a row! Indiekör 2016 is set to take place in Victoria on Thursday, June 9th at Oak Bay United Church and at The Vogue Theatre in Vancouver on Saturday, June 11th. This will be the final year for the Indiekör concert series, so get your tickets soon as it’s sure to be a sell-out! Full show details are listed below.
 
Featuring 65 singers aged 14-22, and local indie mainstays The Salteens, Indiekör is an innovative cross-pollination of classical choral music and indie rock. This year’s show will feature music by: The Zolas, Vampire Weekend, The Shins, Grimes, Sufjan Stevens, Bon Iver, Arcade Fire and more! 
 
Indiekör is the brainchild of noted Vancouver choral conductor, Carrie Tennant. The show evolved out of Tennant’s desire to explore the artistry of popular music alongside the classical choral canon and after five years of creating this event, it seems to be getting its due. The show has received much critical acclaim and accolades over the years and Tennant and the Coastal Sound Youth Choir recently received the National Choral Award for Outstanding Innovation for their work on the Indiekör shows. 2016 will be the last year for this groundbreaking concert series and the choir is planning to end things on a high note! 
 
 “This is our fifth and final year of Indiekör,” explains Tennant. “We have met the most amazing people and had the most phenomenal experiences working on this show together, and we definitely plan to go out with a bang!”
 
Indiekör 2016 is a show you don’t want to miss! Join the Coastal Sound Youth Choir for Indiekör 2016 with special guests The Salteens on Thursday, June 9th in Victoria and Saturday, June 11th in Vancouver. Tickets are on sale now at: victoria.snapd.com (Victoria) & voguetheatre.com (Vancouver).
 
Coastal Sound Youth Choir presents:
INDIEKÖR w/ guests The Salteens – Live in Victoria
When: Thursday, June 9th, 2016
Where: Oak Bay United Church (1355 Mitchell Street)
Doors: 6:30PM // Show: 7:00PM
Tickets: $15 Adults // $12 Students // $5 Children Under 12, Available at Victoria.Snapd.com


 
Coastal Sound Youth Choir presents:
INDIEKÖR w/ guests The Salteens – Live in Vancouver
When: Saturday, June 11th, 2016
Where: Vogue Theatre (918 Granville Street)
Doors: 6:30PM // Show: 7:30PM
Tickets: $24.50 Adults // $18.50 Students // $13 Children Under 12, Available at VogueTheatre.com
 
Twitter: @CoastalSound
 
 
 
“Indiekör is one of those beautiful nights where music pulls deep on your heartstrings and you are left feeling overly elated…” - VIES Magazine
 
“Loved it…”  - Jemaine Clement (Flight of the Conchords)
 
“Seriously rad…”  - Hey Ocean  
  
“We are a bit teary-eyed here at Belle and Sebastian headquarters…”  - Belle and Sebastian
 


 
 
MEDIA TOOLS:
CLICK HERE for video about Indiekör
WATCH/POST Indiekör 2015 // Stars - ‘Your Ex Lover Is Dead’  
WATCH/POST Indiekör 2015 // Dan Mangan – ‘Robots’ 
WATCH/POST Indiekör 2015 // The New Pornographers – ‘Letter From An Occupant’
CLICK HERE for high-res photos and Indiekör 2016 poster.
 
 
ABOUT THE COASTAL SOUND YOUTH CHOIR:
The Coastal Sound Youth Choir is known for passionate and imaginative performances. The choir, which won the Canadian Competition for Amateur Choirs in 2013, is made up of 65 young people aged 14-22 from municipalities across Metro Vancouver. They are part of Coastal Sound Music Academy. Click here for an informative video on the Coastal Sound Youth Choir.
 
 
MEDIA CONTACT:
Jen Fritz | Fritz Media
Phone: 604-626-7045