Voices in Harmony
Voices in Harmony
is a SATB group from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 

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Voices in Harmony has cancelled practices in response to COVID-19 
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We are looking for singers in all parts.  Check out our 
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Start with us this winter.


  The approximately 50 singers (SATB) of Voices in Harmony perform in the community at retirement residences, care facilities, community and charity fund-raising events.


  Voices in Harmony tour approximately 10 concerts each season in December and May. Every concert includes a sing-along

  Each season ends with our public concert, currently held at Woodroffe United Church.


  The spring repertoire consists of pop, folk, jazz, Broadway and show music from the1930s to the present. Our Christmas repertoire includes beautifully arranged, less familiar hymns and other seasonal music.


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Comments from the Spring audience
Wow!  This is my first concert and I’m so glad I came. Your choir is so amazing and so much fun to watch and listen to great songs. Can’t wait for your Christmas concert. The program was beautiful. What a nice evening we had.

I would like to take the opportunity to tell everyone how incredible your singing is.  We all had such a wonderful time. The songs and all your voices were top notch quality. The fun we had singing with everyone was so great.

Thank you for putting on such a high-quality production. Looking forward to the next one. You sang like angels.

That was one of the best concert you guys did at this church. I’ve seen so many of them and was very happy and enjoyed it so much. Thank you and looking forward to the next one. Bravo!
WOW! OH my God that was so great. The first song was so much fun, then great songs I haven’t heard in a long time. I did needed a Kleenex when you sang Fare Thee Well and was so wonderful to hear a Canadian song (They All Call it Canada)