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Choir Annual Report 2016

by Choir Director Paulette Velazquez

We have completed our second cycle of the Orthodox Congregational Singing Hymnal Books. I am very pleased with the results! We will continue in this manner and hold rehearsals only for review of special feast days and for new music that will be introduced. Christmas Caroling: I would like to start Christmas caroling to our parishioners and shut-in as soon as lent begins. Mat. Michelle and I will be sharing choir directing and planning for the upcoming year. I would still like to obtain an email list of parents of the children in our parish in order to communicate with them regarding music and the church. Many children do not get [enough] musical training in our schools, and as a church we can easily add this to our offerings via a Children’s Choir, a Handbell Choir, Christmas Caroling, and a musical Christmas Program as well as basic music classes for children. (Kinder Musik, Class Piano, Music & Science, etc.) I also have the “Learn to Read Music” class for Adults that I started 4 yrs. ago but had to end because of my accident. I will reach out to others to see who would be interested in participating.