If you are interested in singing…

We hope you will be a part of the Sea to Sky Singers.  This website is intended to give current and future choir members information about the Sea to Sky Singers and to give our audiences a sense of who we are.

The choir has two terms.

The fall term has music about the festivities of December and the Christmas season, and the music tends to be more traditional.  The spring term music is typically more contemporary with a theme chosen by our Conductor.


We rehearse on Tuesdays, 7:00 – 9:00 pm at Squamish Academy of Music, also known as SAM.  Located at 38121 – 2nd Ave.

In the first three weeks of each term you can come to the rehearsals to see if you want to join.

You may also contact Veronica McPhee (seatoskysingers@gmail.com) or find more detail here. 


September 4 2018

Rehearsals for this term began.
Currently we are rehearsing our new Winter Program.


Saturday, December 1 and Sunday, December 2
St John the Divine Anglican Church


Join us for our Winter concert at St John the Divine Anglican Church
1930 Diamond Rd, Garibaldi Highlands BC V0N

Saturday, Dec 1
Time: 7:30 pm

Sunday, Dec 2
Time: 2 pm


Tuesday, December 4

We are carolling at Hilltop House and Shannon Falls Retirement Home.

Time: 5:45 pm

Tuesday, December 4
We are carolling at Hilltop House, 38146 Behrner Dr, Squamish, BC V8B 0C8 and Shannon Falls Retirement Home,38225 3 Ave, Squamish, BC V8B 0S2.

Time: 5:45 pm



Performances are when we share with our community the results of our rehearsals and our joy of learning music and singing together. We have two concerts annually. One at Christmas (December) and one in the spring (late April or early May).

Browse the themes of our concerts

Each concert has a theme. The posters of our previous concerts are available below for your interest. Dorte Froslov is the artist who has produced our posters for many years and she is a tenor in the Choir.


The Choir has been purchasing music for many years and has an interesting collection of music that is drawn on by our Music Director / Conductor. New music is purchased annually and we also borrow music so that our performances can be enriched with new pieces that support our concert themes. There is a Christmas …


The Sea to Sky Singers is a mix of people of all ages, nationalities, musical abilities and backgrounds.

Music unites the group and the goal is for people to be able to improve their singing while supporting the motivation to make the choir accomplished as well. The success of the choir relies on all of the members wanting to having fun with music and singing.

If you are new to choir singing the rehearsals may feel overwhelming. Trust that you will improve and that the Conductor is there to teach and encourage. No one is judging and the strength of the Sea to Sky Singers is its unique sound, timbre and talent of the group.

The Membership Fee is $75.00 per term.

This fee is voted on by the members of the Choir to cover the costs of music direction, accompanist, rental for rehearsal space and music purchase. Many members consider the fee very affordable music instruction. The fee is due by the end of the September or January depending on which term. Music will not be able to go home with you until the fee is paid.


Please contact Veronica McPhee, Artistic Director if you have questions that this website does not answer.

Mailing Address

Sea to Sky Singers
PO Box 2168
Garibaldi Highlands, BC V0N 1T0 Canada

Executive of the Sea to Sky Singers:

    1. Music Director – Veronica McPhee
      Accompanist – Shira Weidenbaum
      President – Colette Fauchon
      Vice President – Kirstin Clausen
      Secretary – Fran Martin
      Treasurer – Anna Heap
      Music Librarian – Rebekah Gusway
      Sunshine and Archives – Sheron Johnson
      Social – Susan MacDonald


There are many jobs that need doing to make the Sea to Sky Singers the wonderful social organization it is for its members. Please, if you can, help out with different volunteer jobs that need doing. The Sea to Sky Singers are a registered Society under the BC Society’s Act.