There’s a New Adult Choir Coming to Summerside!

This is your official invitation to join in on all the fun!

Starting September 14th!

Have you always wanted to sing in a group? Have you been looking for a cool choir that sings contemporary songs? Well this is your chance!

Original arrangements made especially for this new group of singers will include songs from artists like:

The Black Eyed Peas (party!)

The Tragically Hip (cool!)

Eminem (what?!)

Stromae (merci!)

Nancy Sinatra (sweet!)

Some beloved local artists such as The East Pointers (sigh)

Metallica (are you serious?!)

Yes, all that jazz

(But not really - ok, maybe just one jazz number)


Includes 14 weekly rehearsal workshops and concert participation.

Ages 18 and up. No need to read music or audition.

Limited spots due to rehearsal space so please don’t wait to sign up!

Rehearsal schedule & location

Every Thursday evening from 7-9:30pm, starting Sept 14th to Dec 14th at the Centre Belle-Alliance (5 Maris Stella Ave, Summerside).

Concert in December

Sunday, December 17th.
Concert hall to be determined

Included in Session Package Fee

Vocal warm up recordings for at home practices

Recordings for all song parts sent before choir practice for easy learning and practicing at home

(no sight reading skills required)

A singers PDF booklet including tips & tricks to improve your singing and keep your voice healthy.

Access to the facebook choir group chat where we can share vocal tips and our enthusiasm for our work together and the upcoming performance!

Lots of fun and laughs to be had while we learn and make sweet music.

Your Choir Director

Angie Arsenault is a vocal coach, singer-songwriter, music producer, actor and painter. With over 30 years of experience in the performing arts, the idea of starting a choir has been fermenting for quite some time. Those who know her, know that there will be learning and laughing at every session. 


“Let’s do this, singers! Let’s have fun and make some awesome vocal music!”


Studies into the health benefits of singing conducted at Canterbury University showed positive associations between singing and feelings of well-being: Greater relaxation responses, improved breathing and benefits to the heart and immune system, better posture, and enhanced social, spiritual and emotional benefits.

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Sign ups now closed for this first session

Stay tuned for a possible new session in 2024!