‘Open Voices ‘Announces Arts & Culture District Events

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Open Voices Community Choir, a local non-auditioned mixed voice adult choir, has announced three upcoming performances in Kingston:

PEACEQUEST, “The World Remembers: An Afternoon for Peace” marking the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I

Sunday 11 November 2018, 2:30 pm
Isabel Bader Centre For Performing Arts 390 King Street West, Kingston K7L 3N6

Featuring: 2017 JUNO WINNERS, OKAVANGO AFRICAN ORCHESTRA; Open Voices Community Choir directed by Andy Rush; The Kingston Youth Choir directed by Emily McPherson; PeaceSong directed by Wendy Luella Perkins, and more.

Box Office $29/$15, 613-533-2424, ibcpaboxoffice@queensu.ca | www.openvoices.ca

COCO LOVE ALCORN, “Soul Revolution”,

Saturday 2 February 2019, 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm,
Cooke’s-Portsmouth United Church, 200 Norman Rogers Drive, Kingston.

This “sweet and cool” (Chatelaine Magazine) Canadian singer/songwriter comes by her jazz-improv chops honestly. East AND West Coast Music Awards nominee, Coco solos AND leads the choir and audience singing backup together, on some of her coolest album compositions such as, “Revolution”.

Tickets: $15/ ($5 under 15/underemployed) at Novel Idea, Tara Foods, Long & McQuade, Brian’s Record Option, www.openvoices.ca, choir members or at the door.

BRIAN TATE, “The Nature of Joy”,

Saturday 8 June 2019, 7:30 pm, Isabel Bader Centre For Performing Arts, 390 King Street West, Kingston.

Prolific, dynamic, Canadian composer and choral leader Brian Tate from Victoria B.C., leads Open Voices Community Choir directed by Andy Rush, “She Sings!” Women’s Chorus directed by Martha Hill Duncan, and Kingston Youth Choir directed by Emily McPherson, in our Season Finale of music to stir both the spirit and the heart.

Tickets: ibcpaboxoffice@queensu.ca, 613-533-2424 and at the door. Tickets for Mr. Tate’s workshops in choral leadership and management, composing/arranging, singing, conducting and teaching are available at www.openvoices.ca


Release source: openvoices.ca
Photo: Open Voices on Facebook