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Spring Choir Recruitment is Underway!

Updated: Jun 3, 2023

If you're new to Japan, you may not know that spring marks the beginning of the new academic year as well as the new fiscal year (for most companies) in Japan. It is also during this time that you will see many social organizations working to recruit new members. Choirs are no different.

Tokyo Repertory Singers is an international choir in Tokyo that endeavors to sing repertoire from varying eras and also of varying different languages. While we have been working hard since January to prepare for our concert this December, we also have openings for new members who are looking to join a choir this spring.

If you are new to Tokyo or a long-term resident looking to join a mixed voice choir (SATB) that is foreigner-friendly, LGBTQ+ friendly, and can also provide English-language support, look no further than Tokyo Repertory Singers.

What separates us from other groups in the area?

  • English and Japanese (Bilingual) Instructed Rehearsals (No Japanese, No Problem!)

  • ¥3500 per month (¥1500 for students) for membership dues (the Tokyo average is ¥6000)

  • Monthly group music theory/music reading lessons available to those who want to learn basics

  • Post-rehearsal support for members who need assistance learning repertoire

Whether you are student studying at a new school in Tokyo or a working adult, you are welcome to join our group.

We are also a choir that makes conscious efforts to provide a welcoming and friendly environment to all people of all backgrounds regardless of their ethnicity, religion, sexuality, or gender.

So JOIN US this year!

We currently have openings for Tenors, Baritones, and Basses!

Details about how to join and membership requirements can be found here.

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