Sing for the Season

Sing for the Season

Again this year, the Twin City Harmonizers are inviting men of all ages in the community to join us in celebrating the season in song by joining us on stage to sing a few well known Christmas songs as part of our annual Christmas shows.  We start rehearsals with guest singers on October 29 with the first hour devoted to a warm up and learning the mostly familiar Christmas music, both sacred and secular, that will be used. You will  learn the songs along with our regular chorus members after which you are free to leave or, if you are interested, remain for all or part of the regular chorus rehearsal that follows as well as a social gathering. In either case, there is no obligation.

Sheet music will be provided but the ability to read music, while helpful, is not a requirement. We use a variety of teaching methods. If you can sing, “Happy Birthday” you should have no trouble. At the show itself, you will be invited to come up from your seats -  you will  receive 2 free tickets -  to the risers on stage to perform hopefully without the music. Thus, a little homework may be helpful.

We have ample documented evidence that singing truly is good for you, and for sure we do have fun. We do hope you will want to join us for the rehearsals and show.

Regular rehearsals are on Tuesday evenings at the Schwaben Club, 1668 King Street East, Kitchener – parking off Weber street. There are 2 performances - Saturday, November 30 at 2:00 pm at Calvary United Church, 48 Hawkesville Road, St. Jacobs; and Sunday, December 1 at 2:30 pm at Tavistock Mennonite Church, 131 Wettlaufer St., Tavistock.. Guests may choose to sing in either or both shows.  Again, there is no further obligation – actual or implied.

Please register online. Don't forget to bring your son. And your neighbour.!

If you are letting us know you are planning on attending, great. If you have questions or would like to have us contact you, please comment.

Coming Events - Click below

Nov 30 2019 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Dec 1 2019 - 2:30pm to 4:30pm