Wychwood Clarinet Choir is excited to be rehearsing live and preparing for a May 2022 concert. After two years of Jamkazam, syncing tracks on GarageBand, and creating mosaic videos, it has been amazing to be in sync with the baton of our Maestra, Michele Jacot. Michele Jacot, Roy Greaves, and the WCC composers' collective worked over the past two years to keep our special clarinet choir alive. The Wychwood Clarinet Choir founded and directed by conductor and clarinetist Michele Jacot, is now in its 13th season. Choir members are clarinetists who share a love of playing music in a collegial environment. The choir’s instrumentation extends from the contrabass clarinet to the E flat sopranino. We perform new compositions and arrangements, many written or transcribed by our Composers’ Collective. Choir members are admitted by audition and pay an annual membership fee. We strive to create opportunities for serious amateur musicians to develop their musical skills and we are committed to sharing our music in educational settings and in the wider community. The group rehearses on Wednesday evenings and performs on a regular basis in Toronto’s St. Clair and Wychwood area. We look forward to seeing people at our concert on May 29 at St. Michael and All Angels in Toronto. Until then, check out our YouTube videos and look for updates on our website.