Aug 302013
 

Keene World Harmony

Unitarian Church Parish Hall (KUUC), 69 Washington Street, Keene, NH.
Wednesday evenings 7 – 9 pm; Eleven weeks total: Sept. 4th through Nov. 13th with a concert Nov. 20th, fee; financial aid available
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Sept. 4th through Nov. 13th, 2013 Wednesday evenings, 7-9 pm; Keene World Harmony Chorus;
Participants learn to sing traditional songs from the Republic of Georgia, Bulgaria, South Africa, Quebec, North America and more; no previous experience or music-reading ability required. Unitarian Church Parish Hall (KUUC), 69 Washington Street, Keene, NH.
For information, please contact: 802-451-0425 or mahoney.rowan@gmail.com
www.windbornesingers.com

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Keene World Harmony Chorus welcomes new singers.

Wednesday night Keene World Harmony Chorus
A world harmony teen and adult community chorus for men and women led by Lynn Mahoney Rowan and Will Thomas Rowan is offered on Wednesday nights at 7 – 9pm, starting up on September 4, 2013 in Keene, NH. Participants learn to sing traditional songs from South Africa, Bulgaria, Caucasus Georgia, Quebec, Corsica, American folk and more; no previous experience or music-reading ability required. The chorus is held at the Keene Unitarian Church (KUUC) on Washington Street. First rehearsal is a free party with songs previewed and some singing.

Lynn and Will Rowan are veteran workshop leaders with Northern Harmony and Renewal choruses, choral leaders for Village Harmony and Revels North, and members of the award-winning Windborne. They have traveled the world collecting songs. Lynn and Will have an energetic, easy-going teaching style and like to “sing our hearts out for the sheer joy of it.” They teach not only the notes, but also new ways of using one’s voice and tell stories of all the places of origin of the songs. Windborne has been accepted as a quartet and will be hired to be American Music Ambassadors Abroad in the first part of 2014. They are available for performances as a duo with Windborne and with an early music trio, Maythorn.

 

 

 

 

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