CHORAL SEASON 2016 / 2017
Since 1988 we have been trying to bring you
the very best of choral music traditions, novelties
and opportunities. Our efforts have
been an ongoing investment to foster unity,
inspire change and bring a new viewpoint on
the choral world. The 2016 and 2017 choral
years will be packed with everything that delights
your mind and soul.
Starting off with the brand new ON STAGE
series, 2016 will lay ahead opportunities for
new top destinations, genre experimentation
and some fun away from the competition
schedule. Top world attractions like Paris,
Prag, Barcelona and the like will shed a whole
new light on the idea of choral singing. No
categories, no jury, no competitive air – this
time we sing for the people, for the joy of singing,
the joy of life.
General Manager Paul Hindley celebrates 20 years at Best Western Cresta Court Hotel, choose from a selection of sporting venues offering a winning backdrop for your summer event in The Adrenaline Rush section, plus make some serious savings with our round-up of the latest special offers and delegate discounts!
Native Southern California residents and all of Los Angeles is proud to once again have the Rams back in Los Angeles.......Sunset Beach Mag is pleased to publish the LA Rams 2016-2017 Schedule with some photos and insights courtesy of google images and wikipedia.
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