Canadian Living Magazine, March 2016
Scene Stealers and Best & Brightest of 2013!
The Province, January, 2014
TOP PARTIES OF 2013 As we begin 2014, here’s my annual list of the past year’s scene-stealers and best and brightest. And what a fabulous 2013 it was, with charities the biggest winners at some of the city’s most noteworthy parties. Thousands of revellers and gala-goers ensured Vanhattan is indeed a caring, compassionate and fun city.
GALA WITH HEART From left, Sing City’s Laura Lang, Darelle Odo and Brice Luther had much to sing about at May’s Heart & Stroke Foundation’s Heart of Gold $750,000 benefit, always a golden must-attend affair.
The city’s only choir specializing in rock, pop, Motown...
Vancouver Courier, August, 2012
The city’s only choir specializing in rock, pop, Motown, blues and gospel sung in four-part harmony is looking foir new members.
There’s no audition or even experience required to become a member of the Sing City Show Choir: Vancouver’s only Rock Show Choir. The choir is directed by Laura Lang, a professional singer and entertainer who, according to a press release, brings skill, experience and laughter to Tuesday night Rehearsals.
Sing City Choir: Come Sing With Us!
Independent Times, February, 2011
Although there are many choirs in Vancouver catering to many musical styles and skill levels, West End based Sing City Show Choir stands out for its emphasis on 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s music, and its motto: “A choir you can dance to.”
The joyful and irrepressible enthusiasm of this unique and sometimes irreverent show choir attracts lots of attention, including that of other musicians, and the lucky coincidence that Glee came along when it did has inspired a younger generation to join Sing City.
Choir members in Glee-influenced Sing City don’t stop believin’
Vancouver Courier, September, 2010
Seasoned Sing Group not opposed to jazz hands and hookups
They may be sprouting grey hair and their romances may be slower to bloom, but Vancouver’s Sing City Show Choir could still be considered the local, adult version of Glee, according to its members and vocal coach.
“In this choir you feel like you cannot let the rest of the team down,” said Paul Crouser, 58, who joined his wife, Lynda, in the Sing City Show Choir last year. “You have to do your homework, you have to learn your part. I’ve seen episodes [of the TV show Glee] where that’s been a source of tension...The choir fills a bit of a social void and provides a healthy place to come and meet people that are actually doing something, not just sitting at a bar.”