During the pandemic, we are meeting via Zoom until we are able to meet together in person.
The Rehearsal is on Tuesday evening at 7:00 and is one hour long. It's a chance for us to get together and sing some of our favourite songs.
If you would like to join a Zoom meeting, please email Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Brad: 613-920-1476,
If you’re looking for a bunch of Broadway stars or elite international performers, you’re going to be disappointed (a little). We are a bunch of regular guys who all share a common passion: we love to sing a cappella and have a good time.
Some of us come out for the love of song, others come out for the fun and fellowship. And we suspect some come out just to get out of the house!
We are open to men of all ages who want to sing and learn four-part a Capella harmony. You don’t need to be accomplished musically and you don’t need to know how to read music or even be a good singer. Hint: bad singers can blend in nicely when they’re part of a larger chorus!
We always encourage guests to join us at our weekly rehearsal nights. You’re welcome to sing along with us, or just listen and enjoy the music, jokes, and fellowship. Did you know that singing has many documented physical and mental health benefits? Be sure to check them out here.
Weekly rehearsal nights:
WHEN: every Tuesday evening from 7-9:30 pm. We break at 8:30 for tea, coffee, and cookies.
WHERE: the Youth Hall of Maranatha Christian Reformed Church, 100 College St W, Belleville, ON K8P 2G3. (Map). Enter the side door on the east side of the building, follow the music or the laughter!
NOTE: Call us in advance to make sure we’ve not temporarily changed locations and so that we can expect you and greet you properly.
Get a sneak peak into one of our rehearsal nights!
In this video you will hear from past president Mike Hall and see what goes on at one of our practice nights. Don’t worry, there are no more “voice tests” in the women’s washroom, and we normally don’t dress up for rehearsal nights. We had just come from a performance.
In this video former Chorus Director Patrick Headley shares his thoughts about the culture of A Cappella Quinte.