Upcoming Events

Peoples Climate Assembly: Building a Citizens Chorus choral and storytelling workshop

Wed 5 Feb, 2.30 pm, Parliament House Lawns 
A Chorus of Women will host a workshop, combining our original music with storytelling from our 17-year history of singing up regeneration in this city..  

We will share a few songs from Glenda Cloughley’s prophetic 2008 choral drama The Gifts of the Furies.  Johanna McBride will also teach her song Ubuntu, which the whole People’s Assembly will sing at the evening performance on Wednesday at 5 pm. 
 

Opening of Sally Blake's exhibition 'The Ancient Gaze'

Belconnen Arts Centre, 14 February 2020, 6pm

A Chorus of Women has been invited to sing at the opening of this exhibition. The title of the exhibition refers to the central image – The Ancient One – a drawing of the Venus of Dolni Vestonice, a 30,000 year old figurine, considered to be a representation of the Mother Goddess. The art works focus around the themes of lament and renewal, regeneration and transformation, which are very aligned with our mission. 

Like us, Sally shows a connection between ancient wisdom and today's issues. Included in her exhibition is a striking image of Greta Thunberg, the Swedish girl who intitiated the global School Strike for Climate movement.

You can read an artist's statement here.

For more information see the Belconnen Arts Centre website.
 

 

 

 
Music to Awaken and to Heal

The Chapel, Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, 7.30pm, Saturday, 14 March 2020

Combined choristers of Canberra, including
A Chorus of Women, professional soloists and a small orchestra directed by Judith Clingan AM, will present a sequence of Australian choral and vocal compositions which look at the historical and present realities of climate change, fires and environmental crisis.

This  is more than a concert – it is a coming-together of all of us whose hearts are full of grief and anxiety about the future.  Everyone – audience and performers – will join together in singing a simple round, and in wordless vocalising above the sound of singing bowls.

We will share supper after the concert – please bring cold finger food to share.

We are still looking for choristers, particularly men. and childfen If you are would like to sing, please send and email Judy.

Admission either through Trybooking,
or cash at the door 

$30 full, $20 concession adults, $10 high school students, primary students free
NB: All proceeds will go directly to injured wildlife and habitat restoration in the South Coast and Alpine areas,
please feel free to donate generously.

 

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