Looking for New Members!
Make a Joyful Noise!
It’s true – joining a choir is good for the soul. Peoria International Choir is always on the lookout for new talent to bring their unique sound and fresh energies to the choir. If you are looking for a new challenge, are a passionate singer, and think you have what it takes, we’d love to hear from you.
Singing in a choir has tremendous benefits!
1) Feels Great!
Research has shown for some time that singing in a choir has tremendous benefits for physical and mental well-being, leading some to campaign for it to be prescribed as a treatment for medical conditions!
Singing in a choir has tremendous benefits for physical and mental well-being, leading some to campaign for it to be prescribed as a treatment for medical conditions.
Strengthen feeling of togetherness
Regulate heart rate
Reduce stress levels and depression
Improve symptoms of Parkinson’s and lung disease
Improve feeling of social well being
Increase life expectancy.
2) Exercise your Brain!
Learning how to sing a new song is
Helps with memory
Beneficial for those suffering from dementia
Activate the Brain’s Reward System & the Dopamine Pathway
People feel more positive after actively singing vs passively listening to music – linked directly to release of positive neuro-chemicals such as β-endorphin, dopamine and serotonin.
3) Celebrate Music and Culture!
Music has been used in many cultures as a form of therapy to:
Express Gratitude, Love and Faith
Double these benefits: if you are singing with Peoria International Choir because you will be learning new songs in new languages and experience the many different cultures we have on planet Earth!
4) Everyone can Sing!
However much you protest, everyone can sing!
It’s the most accessible form of music making. You are the instrument!
So what are you waiting for? Contact email@example.com and audition for a voice range evaluation! The voice range evaluation is meant to determine how high or low you can sing so that you can be placed in the appropriate group: Alto, Soprano, Tenor or Bass.
Credits for research on benefits of singing in a choir goes to: