Thank you for a wonderful Big Sing!
Join us for our fall term beginning September 23/24.
An invitation for you! (Music starts at 1:15.)
Fall Session of TC Sings!
begins September 23/24
Love to sing, even if it’s only in the shower? Come experience the joy of singing with others in a fun, relaxed, and accepting atmosphere. TC Sings! is an inclusive choir community, welcoming all voices and all people, singing songs from a variety of world cultures and traditions in three- and four-part harmony. Everything is taught orally; there is no need to read music, and no previous singing experience is required.
Two sessions are offered this fall, both at the Grand Traverse Circuit, 225 W 14th Street in Traverse City:
TC Sings! High Noon Wednesdays 12 – 2 p.m. starts September 23
TC Sings! Evening Thursdays 7 – 9 p.m. starts September 24
Both sessions will cover the same material. Choose daytime or evening, or come to both. The choirs will join together for a Big Sing benefit and celebration to share music with family and friends.
Registration information coming soon. Sliding scale and scholarships available. Visitors always welcome…check us out with no obligation. Let’s sing!
TC Sings! is a member of the Ubuntu Choirs Network, which seeks to create a world in which we listen deeply to those around us, celebrate diversity, trust in our voices, and bring them forward on behalf of harmony, justice, and peace. “Ubuntu” is a Zulu word which expresses the concept “I am because you are;” we are connected to and must look out for one another.
Singing is our birthright; all voices are welcome. TC Sings! is a choir for men and women who are new to singing, as well as those who’ve been singing their whole lives. We are not affiliated with any particular religion or spiritual path, but seek to celebrate humanity’s highest aspirations through music.
Founder and director Heather Kingham is a graduate of the Community Choir Leadership Training in Victoria, British Columbia. Heather is dedicated to putting a song into the heart of every interested person in the Grand Traverse area.