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CBC Sings Queen
April 13 @ 3:45 pm-6:00 pm
Warm up your vocal cords and come sing at CBC on April 13th.
We’re inviting you into our studio on Fridays throughout the month for a series called CBC Sings.
Each week we’re picking a song that you learn ahead of time. Then you come to CBC, get help from a choir director and perform the song live on the show. The event is open to people of any age and any level of singing experience. If you like to sing, you’re in!
This time, we’re cheering on the Jets in they playoffs with “We Will Rock You” by Queen. Show up at 3:45 p.m. The address is 541 Portage Avenue.
We will give you lyrics and choir director Sara Clefstad will help you warm up and get the song ready to perform as a group on Up to Speed, just before 6 p.m. And everyone who comes will be entered in a draw for some CBC swag.
Video of the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tJYN-eG1zk
Please note, we will provide the lyrics to everyone when they arrive.
The more the merrier!
3:45 – 6 p.m.
Sara Clefstad is a musician, director, and educator with over fifteen years of experience. She believes that music is a feeling-based art form with the transformational power to heal.
Known for her ability to connect with artists, students and communities, Sara brings an elegant edge to everything she offers, whether its conducting groups of singers, producing artistic endeavours or performing under the lights.
Music has brought Sara all over the world, and in Winnipeg you’ll find her entertaining late-night crowds at venues like The Time Changed High & Lonesome Club, producing concerts and collaborations for Winnipeg’s dynamic vocal ensemble Polycoro, or teaching music to students in the Louis Riel School Division.
Participants in CBC Sings will find an inspiring leader in Sara, who is a music specialist by trade, holding both a Bachelor of Music and a Bachelors of Education.
Alex Campbell began piano lessons at the tender age of four and has never looked back. He has toured all over the globe with a variety of different bands and artists. He is a proud, hardcore, born and raised Winnipeger, who is fully immersed in the robust, beautiful culture scene this great city has to offer. Alex holds a Bachelor’s Degree in pipe organ from the University of Manitoba, and is currently getting over his fear of teenagers while completing an education degree in music.
Alex has performed with the following groups and songwriters:
Imaginary Cities (Polaris Prize Nominees, WCMA Award Winners), JP Hoe, The JD Edwards Band, The Brothers Landreth (Juno Award Winners), Sweet Alibi (WCMA Winners), Ron Sexsmith (Juno Award Winner), Luke Doucette (Juno Award Winner), Justin Rutledge, Crooked Brothers, Romi Mayes (Juno Nominee, WCMA Award Winner), Del Barber (Juno Nominee, WCMA Award Winner), Matt Anderson (Juno Nominee), Begonia, Sol James, Chantal Kreviazuk (Juno Award Winner), The Sheepdogs, Little Miss Higgins (Juno Nominee), Renée Lamoureux, Keith Mcpherson, The New Lightweights, Brooke Pallson, Moses Mayes, Red Moon Road, The Reverend Rambler, Sam Martin and the Delta Sugar, Roman Clarke, Kevin Roy, Flo and the FloSoul Band.