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Posted : 2014-03-18 19:01
Updated : 2014-03-18 19:01

Camarata to audition for musical production

The Camarata Music Company is auditioning for the upcoming musical production of "Alice in Wonderland" directed by Susan Morgan at the Camarata Music Company Studio in Haebangchon from March 22 to 23.

The callbacks are on March 29 and rehearsals begin the following week. Performances are scheduled for early June.

The Camarata Music Company's "Chorale" and "Chamber Singers" perform six major concerts per year, leading up to their annual tradition of Handel's Messiah, performed with choir, orchestra, and soloists, every December, the week before Christmas.

The choirs have been seen in performance at many of the best performing venues in Korea, including, but not limited to: the Seoul Arts Center, Hoam Art Hall, Kookmin University, Chungdong First Methodist Church 3-14 Art Hall, Hyatt Hotel, Conrad Hotel, and many more.

The music company believes that music is for everyone, and that all have a love for classical music, even if they don't realize it yet. Forty-two countries have been represented in the company since its inception.

It is with this fact and mindset that it strives to create a setting for people from all nationalities, to perform together in a mutual setting, creating the language that transcends cultures and languages: music.

All interested in auditioning, please schedule an audition time by sending an email to auditions@camaratamusic.com.


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