Due to the current health crisis, Near North Voices is ceasing all rehearsal and performance activities for the remainder of our season. Our concert scheduled for March 28, 2020 is postponed to Fall 2020, date TBA. Ticket purchasers can refund their tickets wherever they were purchased, and we will issue new tickets in the Fall. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Near North Voices begins our 13th season of choral innovation on September 4, 2019 in F210 off the front lobby of Nipissing University, 100 College Drive, North Bay. New members are welcome!
NNV is open to students, staff and faculty at Nipissing University and Canadore College, as well as to members of the North Bay and area public. Our membership last year ranged in age from 13-84! Some previous choir experience and music reading ability is helpful, and a vocal range check and pitch matching check will be on offer for potential new members during our pre-rehearsal meet-and-greet.
Meet and greet with refreshments commences at 6:00 p.m., and the rehearsal begins at 7:00 p.m., going to 9:15ish. Optional social at Casey’s to follow.
For more information, contact us.
Dear NNV Fans and Audience Folks: Our Messiah concert has sold out, 3 weeks before the concert! This is unheard of for a classical music event in North Bay. As a result, we will not be selling tickets at the door. We may have a few (very few!) tickets come back on return from individuals who find they cannot attend, and we can put people on a waiting list for those. Our apologies to anyone who has missed out on this event. We look forward to welcoming you at our next concert, “Near North Voices: Up Close and Personal” on Saturday, April 6.
A contingent of singers from Near North Voices travelled to New York City to participate in the performance of Dan Forrest’s Requiem for the Living under conductor Martha Banghart at Carnegie Hall. Near North Voices performed this work in a version for choir with organ and chamber orchestra in our last season, and we were invited by American conductor Martha Banghart to join with her choir and others for a performance of the work with a full professional orchestra at Carnegie Hall. Due to work and school commitments, approximately half of last seasons’ choristers were able to undertake the trip. The singers participated in several days of rehearsals, and performed the concert with full orchestra under the lights of that famous concert hall on March 19.
Near North Voices is thrilled to announce that one of our choristers, Jack Weston, has recently been accepted to the 3-year college diploma program at the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts in Toronto. Jack will commence his studies in January, 2018. We are grateful for the significant contribution that Jack made to NNV during his several years with us, and we wish him the best of success in this next stage of his journey.