Bloomington Peace Choir - for the Joy of Singing !!!
Choirs are communities of people who love to sing in harmony. They create music together by learning how to listen and how to blend. Harmony is essential to world peace and only exists when we are willing to both honor our cultural, personal, and political differences and celebrate that which unites us all.
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Who better to advocate for a peaceful world than a choir of people singing in harmony? We can consciously use the great gift of music to help bring the realization of peace and harmony to our world. The hunger for peace is deep. Music is a powerful force. Please join us to bring many voices together to sing for peace.
The Bloomington Peace Choir is a proud member of the Ubuntu Choirs Network - I am because you are. I need you to be you so that I can be me. Everyone is welcome. We do not require auditions. A true community choir, we welcome all voices, all skills.
You only need to bring your love of singing, a willingness to learn and to share songs.
We share in the leadership, value each member and nurture our organization.
Songs from the world's traditions are explored, and music is presented using diverse learning approaches.
Our good neighbors at Bell Trace Senior Living Center welcome us to use their facility each week for our rehearsals. Please join us at 800 North Bell Trace Circle for rehearsals from 7-9 pm each Wednesday evening. We meet on the lower level of the Main Senior Living Center in the Community Room.
Our annual member fee is $60.
For more information or to be involved in the Bloomington Peace Choir, contact us at bloomingtonpeacechoir at gmail.com or 812-876-7658 and speak with Tori Rogers, our Communications Director.
Please support our organization with a tax deductible contribution. Our organization is 100% volunteer driven.
Bloomington Peace Choir, Inc. P.O. Box 7562, Bloomington, IN 47407
The Bloomington Peace Choir thanks the Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District for their continued support.