Nine local choirs of all ages will come together in a celebration of community singing Sunday, April 22, 3:00pm, Acadia's University Hall.
There is nothing as powerful as communities of voices raised together in song. Heather Fraser and Wendy LaPierre, conductors of theAnnapolis Valley Honour Choir and the North Mountain Community Chorus, thought this should be celebrated, and are joining forces to present a joyful afternoon concert that will shine a bright light on all the wonderful community singing happening in our valley.
In addition to the AVHC and NMCC, participating choirs include theKings Chorale and Kings Chorale Children’s Chorus, Middleton Choral Society, Military Wives Choir, Dukes of Kent, and Our Tunes – a brand new community choir that has begun this year in Wolfville.
Each choir will be showcased, with the grand finale seeing more than 300 voices joining together. Throughout the concert the audience will be invited to participate in sing-alongs of fun, familiar Nova Scotia favourites!
This concert will also be supporting music education with all proceeds being donated to support choral and singing programs in local schools.
Join us on Sunday, April 22, 3:00pm at University Hall, Acadia to celebrate communities singing. A Free Will Donation will be collected at the door (suggested donation $10.00 (adult), $5.00 (child)).