Memory Lane Classics presented by
The Lanark Offbeats (Director: Margo Smith)
West Ottawa Ladies Chorus (Director: Robert Dueck, Accompanist: Peter Brown)
Sunday, April 15
available at the church office during regular office hours
or at the door.
Net proceeds towards The Lanark County Food Bank & St James.
The Lanark Offbeats is an auditioned ensemble of men and women who have choral experience and enjoy getting together for weekly rehearsals. Rehearsals include a repertoire of swing music from the 1940’s to the 1960’s.
Founded and led by director and keyboardist Margo Smith, the Lanark Offbeats is an 18 member choral ensemble, and 4-piece band. They are presently into their third year of rehearsing and performing at various venues such as: senior residences, concerts, fundraising events and other special functions.
Formerly known as the Carleton Place Offbeats, these singers and musicians are drawn from Ashton, Stittsville, Merrickville, Lanark Village, Perth, Almonte and Carleton Place.
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About the West Ottawa Ladies Chorus
The West Ottawa Ladies Chorus is a chorus of women who have choral experience, love to sing three and four-part music, have fun, and enjoy performance opportunities as they arise. Membership draws singers from primarily west Ottawa and surrounding communities. The chorus is led by Stittsville resident Robert Dueck with Peter Brown of Lanark as chorus accompanist.
From the original 12 voices at their inaugural performance in the spring of 2012, the chorus has grown to a strength of 35-40 members in any given year. The ladies chorus continues to grow and increase its profile as a community chorus by performing annual Spring and Christmas concerts.
Additional performances may include: guest appearances at concerts, providing musical entertainment for luncheons, banquet functions, fundraising events an entertainment at community service organization events.
Performances have become known for their creativity, diversity of musical styles and artistic excellence. More information can be found at www.westottawaladieschorus.ca