Pop-up choir invites public to sing by the West Vancouver waterfront

Sandi Melody and Jeremy Vallance lead a group of 80 people in a rendition of Elton’s John’s “Crocodile Rock” during the weekly Singing by the Sea recently.

The public is invited to check out and participate in the pop-up choir every Tuesday night at the west side of the Silk Purse Gallery in West Vancouver from 7 to 8 p.m. until the end of August.

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Visit sing-out-loud.com for more details. 

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