About the Service The Winnipeg Police Choir
Since 1974, the Winnipeg Police Service Choir has been performing their musical repertory and providing honest entertainment for the citizens of Winnipeg. The mandate of the Choir is to be worthy representatives of the Winnipeg Police Service, promoting policing in the Community, enhancing the image of police officers, and demonstrating Community Commitment through the joy of singing and fellowship. The Winnipeg Police Service Choir operates under the supervision of the Staff Sergeant, Unit Commander of the Community Relations Unit.
The Police Choir performs at a variety of public and private functions under the direction of Julian Vanderput.
The Police Choir's repertory includes traditional hymns, melodies from the big band era of the 1930's and 1940's, Scottish and Irish folk songs, Broadway musicals, and pop chart selections from the 1950's, 1960's and beyond. The Choir's unofficial theme song to begin the festivities is “Hey Look Me Over” from the Broadway musical Wildcats.
If your organization is interested in having the Winnipeg Police Service Choir perform at your special function, please submit a request in writing, and then sit back and enjoy the four part harmony vocal talents of your Winnipeg Police Service members - as you look us over.
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