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Choral music and me, with links to actual music!

I've sung choral music all my life. Growing up in the Church of Christ, every Sunday morning and Sunday night and Wednesday night, I was singing hymns and gospel songs, a cappella. I started as a boy soprano, sang alto for a while, switched to tenor for about a year, and then settled into the bass-baritone I am today. In high school, I sang in the choruses conducted by my father, James Lee Willett, at Western Christian College. At Harding University in Arkansas, I sang in the Harding A Cappella Chorus, directed by Dr. Kenneth Davis Jr., and also in the rather boringly named Men's Ensemble. Since then, I've sung with the Regina Philharmonic Chorus, the University of Regina Chamber Singers, ...

Posted by Edward Willett at 9:40, May 2nd, 2017 under Blog, Music | Comment now »

My poster for Regina Lyric Musical Theatre’s fall show

I've been designing posters for Regina Lyric Musical Theatre (previously Regina Lyric Light Opera) for years now. I enjoy it. It's pretty much the only visually artistic thing I do these days, despite being an art minor in university. Here's my poster for this fall's production of The Times, They Are A-Changin', a 1960s folk revue created  and directed by Ryan Hicks, a music teacher here in the city with whom I used to sing in the University of Regina Chamber Singers. Oh, and tickets are on sale now, if you'd like to go see the show. You should!

Posted by Edward Willett at 11:07, September 22nd, 2010 under Blog | Comment now »