PINELLAS PARK – The Sunsation Show Chorus is in search of its next set of talented young artists.
Those selected will perform with the chorus during the group’s 2012-13 season, showcased in one of the group’s upcoming major concerts. Those performances will be given at the Pinellas Park Performing Arts Center on Nov. 18, Feb. 10 and April 14.
“We are excited about the continuation and expansion of our Young Artists Program,” said Brian Smawley, the group’s director, in a press release. “It is an opportunity for generations to come together to bring joyful sounds to local audiences.”
Previous young artists featured in Sunsation Show Chorus performances have included a violinist, a pianist, a 16-year-old coloratura soprano, a stage baritone, and a small dance troupe. While the group’s choral repertoire consists mainly of popular music spanning many decades, young artists are encouraged to audition using whatever style of performance they prefer. Nothing is off limits from jazz to Broadway to classical. Those selected will be paid a small stipend, and will need to provide a brief biography to be included in the program.
Instructors who think they may have a candidate among their middle or high school students should contact the group’s president, Don Kuzmickas, at 579-9089, to schedule an audition.