Chorus, Anyone (Series) (1964)

Each episode of this half-hour performance by a twelve voice male chorus and their guests revolved around a specific theme, such as "campfire songs," or "songs of the sea." John Avison served as choir director, and also performed with Hugh McLean at twin pianos. Guest soloists in this summer series included Bernard Turgeon, Ernie Prentice, Jan Rubes, Roma Hearn, Robert McGrath, and bagpiper Neil Adam. Eric Nicol wrote the show, and Edward Greenhalgh was the host. Chorus Anyone was produced in Vancouver.


Original Broadcaster(s): CBC

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