MCS Chorus

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Description & Services
Description MCS Chorus (formerly known as Mississauga Choral Society * an auditioned chorus of 30 members * 3 series concerts in Mississauga community venues * classical, contemporary classic, popular and jazz music * opportunity for chorister music education and vocal training * provides an arts education program for Peel Region students * provides a Choral Scholar Program for secondary, college and university level students
Dates Rehearsals Sept-June  
* Series concerts Sept-June  
* Community gigs all year.
Areas Served Brampton ; Mississauga ; Oakville ; Toronto
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and up 
 
Audition required * applicants must be able to read music * applicants must agree to participate on a committee for operating, production, programming, publicity, marketing, fundraising jobs
Application info@mcschorus.ca
Fees Membership - $250/yr for choir membership
Languages English
Meetings Rehearsal Tues 7:15 pm-10 pm, St Andrew's Memorial Presbyterian Church, 24 Stavebank Rd N, Port Credit (Lakeshore Rd W of Hurontario /Hwy 10 to Stavebank Rd)
Contact Information
Mailing Address c/o President 
Box 59505 
321 Lakeshore Rd W 
Mississauga, ON L5H 1G9
E-Mail info@mcschorus.ca
Website www.mcs-on.ca
Primary Executive Marilyn Mason, President
Alternate Executive Mervin Fick, Artistic Director
Other Details
Print Material Season brochure.
Established 1975
Elections AGM September
Funding Fundraising - * Annual Fundraiser ; Donations ; Private - * Ontario Arts Council * Culture Division, City of Mississauga ; Foundation - Trillium Foundation
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects
Subjects Choirs ; Vocal music

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