OH MY GOODNESS- absolutely fabulous. Now that's what I'm talking about? So much energy from all Chorus members & Director. Loved the choreography in Africa. Yes Yes Yes this is what I'm looking for. Stunning piece and a true crowd pleaser.
- Pam R., Nanaimo, BC
I'm a member of the Puget Sound Chrysler Club and I was in the audience Saturday evening when you provided the entertainment for the closing meal of our weekend event.
I've sung in choirs on and off my entire life, and I loved your performance - you were outstanding!
Thank you for taking time out of your Saturday evening to share the gift of your voices with us. It will be one of the shining memories of this past weekend.
Best wishes and I hope to see you again sometime -
Tyson Nevil Redmond, Washington
Thank you again, dear Peter, for planning, organizing, and producing such an elaborate and all-inclusive course in singing and particularly for including us and encouraging and supporting and also coaching us in becoming much more focused and polished singers and happier human beings while letting us become honorary members of the Village Squires for the duration of the course and the final performance.
- Joan Ryan
I attended the ‘Canada A Cappella' event last evening at the Dave Dunnet community theatre and thoroughly enjoyed the show.
The Navy uses the letters B & Z as a signal for ‘Well Done'. It can be flags, voice, morse code, or in some written form but Bravo Zulu is the seaman's well done. The Submariners Association of Canada West has made up a BZ logo for use at appropriate times. I believe that this is one of those times and therefore I (as the past President of SAOC West and the designer of the logo) award both the Village Squires and the City of Gardens Chorus a Bravo Zulu ? very well done indeed.
While I know that your members heard the appreciation of the entire audience last evening I would appreciate you passing my personal appreciation along at your next gathering.