Would you like to sing in a quartet, but canít find three other guys to sing with? Then come to the QUARTET FACTORY running concurrently with Quartet Boot Camp!
How will this happen?
Note: The Harmony Mercenaries will have a rehearsal in the evening, and we'll follow that rehearsal with a show -- quartets who were in Boot Camp, plus.... We'll bring in pizza and soft drinks for a dinner.
- Sign up by emailing email@example.com with your name and voice part(s). Below is a demonstration table for you to sign up.
- Know your part to songs like these polecats: Sweet and Lovely, Honey - Little 'Lize Medley, Wild Irish Rose, Down Our Way, Shine on Me, and Heart of My Heart, and perhaps a couple from Polecat II. Coney Island Baby, Mary Lou, and more if you know them. Youíll not be limited to them if all four guys know other songs, but we need a common denominator to begin.
- The cost will be only $12.50, which covers the cost of your lunch. The District and the QCA will cover the costs of the conference center.
- What will happen?
- After an opening warmup session, youíll be assigned to a quartet. Youíll have over an hour to sing with them, including some input from coaches.
- Following lunch, there will be craft classes. You can choose the one that you like the best.
- Then youíll be assigned to a new quartet for the next session.
- For the third session, we may let you choose who you want to sing withÖ.
- One thing we will consider in forming quartets is geography, as we want you to end up in a regular registered quartet!!! It might not be wise to put a Sault Ste Marie singer with one from Niles and another from Windsor, for example.
- We hope to offer the opportunity to perform for the group if quartets would like.
Signing up. Following your name, place a number 1 in the part box for your #1 choice of a part to sing. If you can/will sing only one part, youíre done. If you can sing more than one part, put a #2 in the box of your second choice; a #3 in your third choice, and #4 in your last choice. Some of you will have a #1, #2 and thatís all. Iíve filled in my choices as an example: (you can also just do this by email, not using the table.)
Questions? Reply to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Roger Lewis, President, QCA