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Fall 2014 Concert Poster

Here is the link to the PDF version of the poster: OPCFall2014poster You can right click on the link above and click “Save Link As” and then choose a location to save it to. Below is the JPG image version of the poster. You can right click on the link above and click “Save Link As” and then choose a location to save it to. Then

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Welcome To Our New Artistic Director!

The OPC Board of Directors is proud to announce the hiring of Dr. Tim Snyder as our new Artistic Director for the 2014-2015 season. Dr. Snyder brings an impressive resume, and is currently an Assistant Professor and Director of Choral Activities at Jacksonville University. He comes highly recommended and we are beyond thrilled to welcome him to our OPC family. We bid a fond

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Auditions and Ensemble Information

The Orange Park Chorale Audition and Ensemble Information Auditions.  Auditions are held ONLY for new members, old members who did not sing with us this past year, and any current members who would like to audition for the Ensemble.  Auditions will be held: Tuesday, August 13th and Thursday, August 15th 5:00pm to 8:00pm at Orange Park United Methodist Church Audition will include a short a cappella solo

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Raise Funds By Searching!

Check out GoodSearch.com! All of us search the Internet for “stuff” … information and products!  Now every time you search, you can help raise funds for OPC!  Instead of using Google you can use Good Search.  Simply go to http://www.goodsearch.com   In the middle of the page it says “Who do you search for?”  Enter “Orange Park Chorale” and click validate, and you are then on your

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A Few Tips for Your OPC Audition

Range testing: Has nothing to with where the deer and the antelope play, nor does it involve a pencil or scantron sheet. They just want to see “how many notes ya got.” Singing an a cappella piece of your choosing: a cappella is not the title of a song, but just a fancy way of saying “they ain’t nobody goin’ be play with ya.”

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