Treble Choirs

Coastal Sound Kids, Coastal Sound Junior Choir

Our Treble Choirs can sing together as one choral group but they mostly rehearse and perform as individual choirs to best meet the specific music learning and vocal needs of each stage of musical and social/ emotional development. We’re serious about making music learning joyful, playful and creative, while striving for musical excellence, friendships and learning healthy vocal technique and music theory!

Coastal Sound Kids

grades 2-3

Coastal Sound Kids is a nurturing,”song game” type environment where young singers learn healthy singing, stage presence, music reading and song mapping, movement and the social skills needed to make music in a group. Musical Theatre, Folk Songs, Classics and more are included in the variety of songs selected. Music learning has never been so much fun and so positive- a real boost for the confidence of young children.

Coastal Sound
Junior Choir

grades 3-6

Coastal Sound Junior Choir focuses on learning to sing with healthy tone and vocal technique, more challenging music and a variety of musical styles. Junior Choir is a good fit for children who love singing and want to explore all kinds of music! Coastal Sound Junior Choir attends workshops and performs in the community. 

A free Theory & Sight-singing class is offered at 4:30 for Junior Choristers.

Artistic Team

Coastal Sound Kids: Angie Lundin, Director
Coastal Sound Junior Choir: Grace Lee, Director
Krista Pederson, accompanist

Learn more about the Artistic Team here.

In Person Rehearsal Schedule

Choir Rehearsal
Coastal Sound Kids
Tuesdays, 5:00-6:30 PM
Coastal Sound Junior Choir
Tuesdays, 5:00-6:30 PM
Theory & Sight-singing
Tuesdays, 4:30-5:00 PM
Rehearsals run September 10 to December 10; January 7 to March 11; April 1 to June 10

Rehearsals take place at Blakeburn Elementary, 1040 Riverside Drive, Port Coquitlam, BC V3B 8A7

Vocal Assessment & Placement Interview Process

All Treble Choir applicants will participate in a 10 minute friendly placement interview/vocal assessment. It’s like a mini voice lesson. We simply want to find the best choir fit for singers, so that they can be successful! Placement Interviews will be done in person if possible, or via ZOOM.

What to expect:

  1. Sing a short song like O Canada or Happy Birthday. There is no accompanist. We want to hear if singers match pitch, but we also understand that singers are just beginning and just learning these skills, so we will help singers learn all of these things!
  2. Applicants for more advanced choirs sight-sing a short, simple musical passage. Don’t worry if you don’t already read music! We’ll teach you how to do that.
  3. An aural skills evaluation (echo back short melodies)
  4. A short interview: our conductor looks for many things including a positive attitude, a flexible and open learning style, and a willingness to grow and develop as a musician- no matter how young or old you are!

We look forward to meeting you!