Singing Valentines

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For over 50 years our Toms River based OCEANAIRES CHORUS and our affiliated quartets have brought our entertaining repertoire of songs to delighted audiences throughout Ocean County. In each of the past three years we have appeared more than a dozen times at various local venues. Last year we presented fifteen performances.

Civic events, festivals, senior community programs, private parties and fund-raising efforts have all been memorable elements in our story of 58 years of acclaimed musical performances. We are extremely proud of our reputation for consistently delivering entertaining and memorable performances, and we’d love to have you or your group be part of our story. Now, as members of the Greater Toms River Chamber of Commerce, we are eager to discuss opportunities to possibly perform for our fellow Chamber members.

Additionally, if you like to sing (yes, crooning in the shower, or singing at a party qualify), why not raise your singing ability to a higher level of enjoyment? We invite you to come check us out some time soon. There is no formal audition, just a section placement assessment. You don’t need chorus experience or the ability to read music. We learn our music using audio tracks available to our members on our chorus website. If you can sing on pitch and learn words to a song, you can most likely become an OCEANAIRE. Men of all ages are always welcome to stop by one of our rehearsals. We meet most every Tuesday night at 7:30 in the lower level of the First Baptist Church located at 700 Main Street in Toms River.
For more information visit our website at: www.oceanaires.com, or contact our Chamber liaison and Marketing VP, Jim Donohue at 732-793-2913

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