The Mayan calendar said we are about to enter a new phase of gentleness and goodwill. That’s enough to make your heart sing.
There is a group committed to the ideals of personal, local and global harmony who incorporate song to attain these goals. It’s going to be a great year with much to sing about and you can join in.
Spirit’s Call Choir, a mixed non-audition community choir, enters its second decade in 2013 of singing for pleasure and staging two benefit performances every year. Under the direction of Jeremy Valance, the 170-member choir sings for fun and social justice.
“Everyone can sing,” says founder Margaret Tobin, “and together we learn songs of peace and joy.”
As past recipients of the Mayor’s Service Award, Spirit’s Call Choir has raised over $160,000 for worthy causes and organizations at their sold out concerts. Sprit’s Call Choir strives to provide a safe, inclusive atmosphere where the healing power of song can be felt by all who participate.
The Choir sings 2:00-4:30 pm every Sunday afternoon, January to May at 603 Wellington Crescent (Unitarian Centre) at the corner of Academy Road and Maryland Street.
Orientations for those interested in joining Spirit’s Call Choir will be held at 1:30 pm on January 13 and 20.
Fee for the Spring session is $60.00. Free parking, wheelchair accessible.
For further information please see http://spiritscallchoir.ca/2012/or call Dawn at 204-488-0495.