Harmonia Girls’ Choir delivers its final concert of the year on Saturday, May 5th, 1pm at Park Royal United Church. “Sing a New Song” will include a special performance by women’s choral ensemble, Sirens.
The program celebrates youth, rebirth, hope and newness of spring – Harmonia and Sirens are please to come together for this refreshing afternoon concert.
Harmonia Girls’ Choir, now in its third season, is Sirens’ premiere educational program for girls between the ages of 11-18. Having fun, making new friends, and discovering the joys of singing in a group – Harmonia is a community where girls can feel safe to find their voices through music. Focus is placed on strong vocal technique, musicianship, and music theory, all while having fun, of course! Harmonia is under the direction of Kelsea McLean, with pianist Andrea Ellis, both experienced educators and private music instructors.
Harmonia has participated in the Queen’s County Music Festival earning the Community Youth Choir Award in 2017. The ensemble regularly collaborates with Sirens, and has performed at Fanning Bank, Music Monday, and PEI Junior Honour Choir events.
Tickets will be available at the door; $10/ticket.