The choir welcomes any woman who wants to sing. Our current membership includes women from their late teens through to their 80s and from a range of backgrounds and experiences. There are no auditions, and no previous singing or performance experience is necessary.
Prospective members are invited to come to a rehearsal or to seek further information. During 2021, you must contact theMembership Officer at email@example.com to arrange this before you come because of COVID protocols.
Prospective members who come to a rehearsal will be given limited access to the members-only part of the Cyrenes’ website. After a two-week introductory period during which a prospective member can determine whether they wish to join the choir, new members are then expected to pay the annual membership fee and fees for the remainder of the term in which they join.
The choir rehearses on Tuesday evenings from 7.30 to 9.00pm at St Ninians Uniting Church, 150 Brigalow St (corner of Brigalow and Mouat Sts), Lyneham. View the Google map directions.
During 2021, we will be following strict Covid safe protocols as required by our venue. These protocols include:
Register your attendance using the CBR Check-in app
rehearsal is from 7.30-9.30pm
we have a tea break mid way through however the kitchen is closed so bring your own water/tea
seating arrangement with chairs at least 2 metres apart and use of only one chair during the rehearsal
no sharing of music, pencils etc
use of natural air flow as much as possible
routine of sanitising and wiping surfaces.
no attendance if you are unwell
no attendance if you have visited a designated 'hot spot' in the past 14 days
no hugging or physical contact
For more information about the choir, please read the summaryof our guidelines. It gives an overview of the choir including our guiding principles, and information about rehearsals, fees, performances, and how the choir runs itself.
Benefits of singing
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