FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Updated January 31, 2021
PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE UNABLE TO TAKE ON NEW SINGERS AT THIS TIME
Q. What is the skill level of this choir?
A. We are an intermediate men and women’s choir.
Q. How do I join?
A. Please ring or email first.
Jubila Singers is currently full and we can’t take in any new singers until there is space available.
Q. Do you have auditions or a probationary period?
A. No formal audition, but an informal probation of a month or so.
Q. Do you have to read music?
A. No. Singers can learn the music by ear or by reading music. Being able to “hold your part” (sing one part of a song while a singer next to you is singing a different part) is a basic requirement because all our music is sung in harmony. The ability to hold your part is more important than being able to read music.
Q. What do the fees cover?
Jubila Singers is a self-supporting community group. We collectively pay for venue hire, APRA/AMCOS licensing (annual fee plus a casual event licence every time we perform) music purchasing, public liability insurance, publicity/advertising, graphic design, flyer and concert program printing, paying accompanists, website and maintenance, computer etc.
Q. What is your yearly timetable?
A. We generally follow the NSW school term calendar.
Q. Do I ever have to sing a solo?
Q. Are there opportunities to sing solo?
A. There could be. Make sure that you tell the director that you would like to.
Q. Do I have to perform?
A. No. Performances are always entirely optional.
Q. I already sing in another choir – is it ok to sing with you as well?
A. Of course. We have singers from nearly every choir on the coast, and some go to three or four choirs in one week. To have such passionate singers enhances all choirs.