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Star Island Harmony Weekend


A weekend of wonderful harmony singing on gorgeous Star Island – September 16-18, 2016 with Peter and Mary Alice Amidon and Mary Cay Brass. This weekend fills up fast! Register now!  http://www.amidonmusic.com/workshops/star-island-harmony


Singing for the Dying at Rowe Conference Center


Hospice choirs are springing up all over the country, many of them modeled on the Hallowell Choir. Learn to help ease the final transition, anointing the dying person with voices in harmony with Kathy Leo, Mary Cay Brass and Peter Amidon. May 13-15, Rowe Conference Center, Rowe, MA    http://rowecenter.org/events.php?event=451


Village Harmony Bosnia Camp!


July 19-August 2, 2016 in conjunction with the Center for Peacebuilding in Sanski Most, Bosnia. This year’s Bosnia camp is a rare and exciting opportunity to participate in the inner workings of a non-governmental organization dedicated to fostering dialogue, non-violent communication, and intercultural cooperation through varied and creative ways. And we will have a special opportunity to observe the role of music, singing and community choirs as a direct means of fostering those goals.

This camp has one space available.


Greenfield Harmony Spring Concert!


Greenfield Harmony’s spring concert will be May 29 at 5pm at Wesley Methodist Church at 98 N Maple in Hadley. Songs from the Balkans, South Africa, Georgia, the British Isles, shape note, gospel and with a special focus this session on music from the rural south with guest West Virginia musicians Emmy Miller and Jessie Milnes (www.emmyandjesse.com) joining us for a joint concert. $15/$10 students, seniors and children under 10 free! The concert will benefit the Conflict Transformation Across Cultures program at the School for International Training in Brattleboro, VT For more info contact Mary Cay at mcbrass@vermontel.net
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River Singers Spring Concert!


The River Singers spring concert will be Saturday, May 28 at 7:30 pm at The White Church in Grafton, Vermont.  Music from the Balkans, South Africa, Rwanda, Georgia and a special focus this session on music from the southern Appalachians with guest musicians Emily Miller and Jesse Milnes (http://emmyandjesse.com) joining us for a special joint concert. The concert benefits the Conflict Transformation Across Cultures Program at the School for International Training in Brattleboro. $15/$10 students, seniors. Children under 10 free! For more info contact Mary Cay at mcbrass@vermontel.netRiverSingers17-3