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  1. Our current conductor may move, so our position is open!  Our amateur choir was founded here on Toytown in 2008 and became an e.V. in 2011.  Our musical variety is huge, and our socializing is legendary!  We perform two big concerts per year and sometimes smaller ad-hoc performances, also allowing for joint pieces with our organization's orchestra and Big Band.  The position is paid, competitive with other amateur choirs in town.  Our organization is run entirely in English as we are from more than 20 countries, and our Board and member committees do much of the organization of rehearsal rooms, performances, and recruitment that in many organizations are up to the conductor to take care of.   More details are available at our official job announcement: https://www.esme-ev.de/new-conductor-needed-for-the-singers-summer-season-2019/     We are also looking for a new Orchestra conductor, also for January 2019.  https://www.toytowngermany.com/forum/topic/379834-esme-ev-needs-a-new-orchestra-conductor-in-january-2019/     Both positions will involve some repertoire selection in November or December 2018.          
  2. The Vocal Arts Society does a serious repertoire of modern and classics in a cool, immersive concert setting, with three major sets of concerts per year, December, February, and April. If you can sing, music reading isn't a requirement, but it does help. We have professional singers leading the sections to help everyone along. No Audition, but set up a private, free, 1/2 hour session of easy vocal exercises so we know how best to serve your voice. We are accepting people now for our next major season from September to December!   Visit VASociety.de or email Operarobert@gmail.com Thanks, Robert Director
  3. The English Choir Berlin is looking for new members! Are you a soprano or alto with good sight reading skills and experience in choral singing? Then consider joining the English Choir Berlin, a young chamber choir which performs a monthly choral evensong in the Anglican tradition at the Berliner Dom. The choir itself is secular an international, and we are united in our love of beautiful music. We rehearse weekly on Thursdays between 18:30 and 20:45 and are looking for committed members to join. If you are interested, please contact Kathleen Bird at englishchoirberlin@gmail.com or check out our website for more information. https://www.englishchoirberlin.com