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Join in the choir fun

28 Apr 2015

Docklanders have jumped at the chance to take part in a local choir project currently taking place at the Library at the Dock.

The eight-week project is being run by not-for-profit choir organisation Open Door Singers and kicked off with the first rehearsal session on April 14.

“We’ve been delighted by the response we’ve had so far,” Open Doors Singers vice-president Lynn Grantham said.

According to Ms Grantham around 30 Docklands community members attended the first rehearsal and ten more came to the second rehearsal. Existing members of the Open Doors Singers choir also joined the group.

“The sound was just amazing,” Ms Grantham said.

Rehearsals for the eight-week project will be held each Tuesday night at the Library at the Dock from 5.45pm to 7.30pm.

Through the support of the City of Melbourne rehearsals for the eight-week program are free for Docklands community members to attend.

Thereafter, Open Doors Singers hopes the choir will continue on a self-funding basis, with a small weekly rehearsal fee and annual membership fee.

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