The next meeting of the Peace Choir will be on Wednesday 8 April at the Uniting Church Hall, Lyttleton Street. We meet under the direction of Kavisha Mazzella.
Nibbles from 5.30pm, singing from 6 to 7pm.
What is the Peace Choir?
The Peace Choir was formed to address issues of social isolation, provide support and enable interaction and skill development for individuals with mental health, intellectual or physical disabilities. Taking inspiration from the Choir of Hard Knocks, the aim is to encourage social interaction and to enable a meaningful experience of expression through music and song. Members of the Choir include workers, family, carers and friends of the target group. This brings a rich experience of community and integration into the group. The Peace Choir was started in 2008 through a partnership formed with Castlemaine Community House, The Angel Fund, St Luke’s, the Uniting Church, Windarring and Maine Connection.The group meets to sing and share food, and performs regularly at events in the Mount Alexander shire. James Rigby and Jane Thompson from Making Music lead the singing.
When: The choir gathers to prepare for performances at upcoming events. Generally, the choir meets at 5.30pm on Wednesdays. If you are interested in joining the choir, please contact the Community House.
Cost: It is free to be a member of this choir.
If you would like to know more about the Peace Choir, please contact the Community House on 5472 4842, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We joined other choirs on 6 December 2013 for a Peaceful Night concert. Proceeds went to Philippine Relief (Oxfam)
We heard Maine Song, Choice Voices, The Blenders, The Blendettes, The Castlemaine Singers, Tahnee and Maria.