Spring Sing!

Voices of Harmony presents our 6th annual Spring Sing. We welcome you to enjoy our full repertoire and join us after the concert for a reception with free light snacks and great conversation!

Our repertoire is always eclectic music from home and abroad that touches us all, and embraces our identities. This season we sing about about nature, friendship, and racial justice.

WHEN: Sunday May 1st, 3:30pm
WHERE: Brighton Allston Congregational Church

Directions to 404 Washington Street, Brighton are here: http://www.brightonucc.org/directions

Suggested minimum donation: $10 per person

Please invite your friends, and RSVP on Facebook or Meetup.

We look forward to sharing our culminating event of the season with you!

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Voices of Harmony Winter Concerts!

Voices of Harmony has two upcoming winter concerts! We hope to see you there!!

Winterfest: December 5th, 7-7:30pm, at Presentation School Foundation Community Center, 640 Washington Street, Brighton, MA

Etsy Artists of Boston Winter Bazaar: December 20th, 12:30-1pm at Arsenal Mall, 485 Arsenal St, Watertown, MA 02472

Songs of Freedom Concert

Voices of Harmony presents Songs of Freedom, a musical experience shared from our hearts and souls, through eclectic music that touches us all, and embraces our identities, transcending labels of age, gender and race.

Join us for a performance of songs about Freedom from a wide variety of musical styles from home and abroad. We also invite you to stay with us after the concert for a reception with free light snacks, a dry cash bar provided by the Armory staff, and a silent auction!

WHEN: Sunday April 26th, 3pm
WHERE: Somerville Center for the Arts At the Amory
191 Highland Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts

Suggested minimum donation: $10 per person

Please invite your friends, and RSVP on Facebook or  Meetup.

Songs of Freedom is our culminating event this season, and we would love to share it with you!

Save the Date: April 26th!

Save the date on your calendar for Voices of Harmony’s next season- finale performance. On Sunday April 26th, we will perform our full repertoire of Songs of Freedom at the Center for the Arts at the Armory in Somerville. If you want to be alerted when more details, like timing, are announced, please subscribe to this blog or email voicesofharmonyboston@gmail.com to be added to our email list.
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Calling All Heroes

Calling All Heroes

 

Wind whispers in your ear, a vision of a dream comes, you have battles to face, and you can’t do it alone. Take a journey with us to explore the many shades of heroism and music. Maybe learn the ways that we too can conquer the ills of the world!

On June 1st, join Voices of Harmony for a celebration of all shades of heroes – from every day heroes like parents and friends to legendary leaders like Harriet Tubman and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

We will perform a wide variety of musical styles from home and abroad. At Calling All Heroes, you will enjoy a repertoire including music from the Kwaya music tradition of Tanzania, adaptations of songs by U2 and FUN, as well as an original arrangement of David Bowie’s Heroes.

Suggested Donation: $10 
*Also featuring* Free Light Snacks! Dry Cash Bar provided by Armory Cafe! Silent Auction! Fun Photobooth by donation!

Please RSVP on Eventbrite if you’ll be making it. There is limited seating and RSVP’ing will help us plan better!

We can be heroes. Just for one day. Don’t miss it!

 

Save the Date: Introductory Meeting

Voices of Harmony will be inviting new members to join us at the beginning of our next season on Monday, September 16th! This event is FREE, and food and drink will be served! Please RSVP by emailing voicesofharmonyboston@gmail.com.

When: Monday September 16, 6:30-8:30pm

Where: 88 Lambert Ave, Roxbury

Who: Everyone in the Boston-area who’s interested in strengthening our diverse community through music and cross-cultural dialogue

What: After enjoying a light dinner together, we’ll learn a song, and get to know each other through a meaningful conversation about diversity.

We welcome anyone interested in joining our musical community, which is dedicated to celebrating diversity and promoting unity through music and cross-cultural dialogue. We welcome people of all genders, all ethnicities and cultural backgrounds, and all levels of singing experience! Join us if you love to sing and want to learn!

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Directions to 88 Lambert Ave, Roxbury:
There is plenty of on-street parking, and it is walking distance from Roxbury Crossing on the Orange Line and Dudley Square.

To walk from Roxbury Crossing, follow these 3 easy steps: Turn right onto Tremont St, turn right onto Columbus Ave, walk one long block, turn left onto Cedar St, walk up the hill three blocks then turn left onto Lambert Ave. 88 Lambert Ave will be on your right.

Details about the VOH summer concert

Voices of Harmony presents: Stories in Harmony, a musical experience shared from our hearts and souls, through eclectic music that touches us all, and embraces our identities, transcending labels of age, gender and race.

When: Saturday, June 29 at 4pm. The concert will be followed by a reception with refreshments

Where: First Church in Charlestown, 10 Green Street, Charlestown, 02129 (A quarter-mile walk from Community College station on the Orange Line. Street parking is limited, so public transportation is advised. If you must drive, please carpool.)

Suggested minimum donation: $10 per person

The mission of Voices of Harmony is to build community through music and cross-cultural dialogue. Our members come from different backgrounds and different neighborhoods in the Boston area. We meet once a week to sing together and to engage in meaningful conversations about culture, race, gender, and other issues of diversity. For more information about Voices of Harmony, go to www.voicesofharmonyboston.org.

Stories in Harmony is our culminating event this season, and we would love to share it with you!

Please invite your friends, and RSVP on evite (http://www.evite.com/event/0148CIYTSLYJQ4CHKEPC226ZO2FGNA) or on facebook (https://www.facebook.com/events/142735482584454/)