Summer Sing! Community Sing-a-long
Join us for Summer Sing! Community Sing-a-long, Tuesday, June 20th, 6:30 PM, at Ojibway Park, at the bandshell. Come join Spirit Song Choir, for an old fashioned sing-a-long in the park. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs, your family and friends, and get ready for a really fun time singing summer favorites including This Land is Your Land, What a Wonderful World, The Other Day I Met a Bear … all led by the delightful Spirit Song Radio team.
The recording from our May 7th concert, “The Time of Singing Has Come,” is available at this link.
About Spirit Song Choir
Spirit Song is an independent, ecumenical, community choir. Spirit Song is dedicated to sharing sacred and other inspirational choral music with our neighbors in nursing home and senior living communities, churches, and the broader Twin Cities community through participating in prayer and worship services, community singing, caroling, concerts and festivals. This volunteer organization brings together singers, instrumentalists and dancers with a wide range of musical and life experiences.
During this time of global pandemic, we have been so grateful for the technology that enabled us to gather virtually, and continue to sing, albeit in unusual new ways! We’ve recorded a number of virtual choir performances listed below, created our own radio show, and hosted some amazing composers, including Kyle Pederson, Jude Nwankwo, and, most recently, Eric Whitacre. We rehearse Thursday evenings in St. Paul, with a virtual option.
See our previous virtual videos of How Can I Keep From Singing, O Love, For Everyone Born, Let There Be Peace, Be Not Afraid, What a Wonderful World and Bambalela and Inscription of Hope by our Spirit Song Youth.
Recordings of our concerts can be found at Every Voice in Concert Sing, This is Our Song of Peace, You Do Not Walk Alone, and Sing We All Noel.
Spirit Song Covid Protocols
The safety and health of our choir members, audiences, and communities remains our top priority. We continue to follow Minnesota Department of Health health and safety guidelines. Masking is not required for choir members or audience members, but always encouraged for those who prefer wearing them. All choir members are vaccinated.