The Westbrook Village Voices
The winter concert, Christmas Time is Here, was a rousing success and The Village Voices are taking a well deserved holiday break. Rehearsals for the 2020 spring concert, A Sentimental Journey, resume Wednesday, January 8, 2020.
If you'd like to share in the fun of being a choir member, please join us in the Vistas Ballroom on any Wednesday beginning on January 8, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. Whether you've sung in a choral group before or are a budding singer, there's a place for you in the Village Voices. For more information, call Shelley Logan at (425) 330-2317 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you a seasoned singer or musician? Are you an aspiring singer who has always wanted to be part of a choir? If so, the Westbrook Village Voices has a place for you! Improve your personal musicianship, enjoy outstanding support and build long-lasting friendships. Come and be part of the fun!
The Westbrook Village Voices Choir Program was formed in 1993 to give residents and community members, who enjoy singing, an opportunity to continue developing their musical talent. Members enjoy fun and focused rehearsals each week during the season. In addition, exciting opportunities to perform are offered to Village Voices Choir members.
Start the new year off with singing! Here are ten benefits you can enjoy when you sing with the Village Voices choir. Singing is fundamental to health, happiness and having lots of fun!
Come improve your health and happiness with the incredibly fun activity of singing with the Westbrook Village Voices. Our Spring Show is “A Sentimental Journey - Music of the 1940's” and you too can be part of the fun!
Shelley Logan comes to us from Monroe, WA and is a second generation owner in Westbrook Village. She attended the University of Washington majoring in Music Education and Vocal Performance. She studied with Dr. Abraham Kaplan, Roy Cummings, Dr. Barbara Lundquist, and Augusto Paglialunga to name a few acclaimed teachers. She earned extended training at Seattle Pacific University. Shelley has taught music to all ages, is an experienced public/private school choral director and is an accomplished vocalist and pianist. Shelley founded the Snohomish County Children's Choir in 1999, serving hundreds of students, and which continues today as the Snohomish County Youth Chorus in Everett, WA. She was a member of the ACDA, SCMTA, Washington Music Educators Association, and the National Association of Music Educators. Shelley is retired and works as a private vocal instructor, coach, and piano teacher. When Shelley is not enthusiastically directing the Village Voices, she is the featured singer with the band ENCORE.
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Jacqueline Courson is a native of Phoenix, AZ, who began playing piano at the age of seven. Having played both piano and percussion in a variety of bands throughout childhood, Jacqueline now devotes her time to her two musical passions – teaching piano and performing. Jacqueline graduated Summa Cum Laude from Arizona State University and the Barrett Honors College and worked in the medical arena for a decade as a prosthetist and a quality engineer, After Jacqueline found herself allocating all her free time to playing in bands and composing music, it was an easy decision to devote her life fully to music. Jacqueline agreed to share her considerable musical talents as the new accompanist to the Westbrook Village Voices beginning in the spring of 2020. Jacqueline actively works to serve the community to encourage self-expression through music. When not playing music, Jacqueline enjoys jewelry design, yoga, running, traveling and spending time outdoors.
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For details and more information, contact:
The Westbrook Village Voices
Phone: (425) 330-2317
Diane Kane • President
Pat Loch-Shaw • Vice President
Irene Thaggard • Treasurer
Carol Cox • Secretary
Nancy Connolly • Librarian
Ivan L. Fortin • Public Relations
Betsy Stuehling • Historian
Brenda Walker • Social Chairperson
Shelley Logan • Choir Director
The Cactus Club is the heart of the performing arts community in Westbrook Village!
Residents who love drama, music, and dance are supporting the Performing Arts Council of Westbrook Village by joining The Cactus Club. Our generous donor contributions, at any of five available levels, ensure that quality performances continue right here in our own community. This vital funding is also used for stage and technical improvements (lighting, sound, and other performance essentials) that allow us to bring you multiple state-of the art productions each season.
Why wait? Become a member of The Cactus Club today and enjoy the many benefits available to all Cactus Club members. The Westbrook Village Voices thanks you for your support of the Cactus Club and looks forward to seeing you at all of our shows each season.
Questions / Inquiries:
John Worden • (623) 377-2189
See all the performances now and enjoy all the fun!
If you couldn't make it to our Spring Concert, you won't want to miss this!
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It's not too late to experience "Some Enchanted Evening".
Sponsoring a Village Voices production creates a partnership with you and the Village Voices that promotes your business to concert attendees, Westbrook Village residents and many of the adjacent communities.
Your business ad is featured prominently in our concert program and appears in the sponsorship section of the Westbrook Village Voices web page below. Your sponsorship also allows the Village Voices to provide multiple high quality productions each year at very attractive ticket prices.
Click on Westbrook Village Voices Sponsorship Form to download all the information you need to become a Village Voices Sponsor for our 2020 spring concert, A Sentimental Journey - Music of the 1940's, in April, 2020.