to Hamilton Sings! Community Choir.

We like to sing songs from around the world!

We are a non-audition, mixed voice choir for adults and older youth.  Our members are from those new to singing or choirs, to those bringing lots of musical experience and want a fun and friendly place to make music together.

Rehearsals are on Saturday mornings from 10 a.m. to 12 noon for two terms each year. Rehearsals take place at St. Peter’s HARRRP, 705 Main St. E., Hamilton, Ontario.HARRRP Building

2015/2016 terms:
  • Our Winter/Spring term began on January 16th.
  • There were two open rehearsals on January 16th and 23rd.
  • After those two open rehearsals, registration was be closed for the term. We  prepared for our Spring Concert on May 8th, 2016. And now, here it is:

Our Third Annual Concert


Sunday May 8, 2016 at 2:00 PM

HARRRP Community Centre
705 Main St. E., Hamilton, Ontario

Join us for our season ending concert! We are a non-audition, mixed-voice choir who explore music together in a fun, friendly environment.

This concert we celebrate SPRING!

It’s also Mothers Day, so why not bring her along!
We’re featuring songs in English, French, Friulian, Xhosa and Spanish.


$10 each, $30 for family of 4 or more,
or pay what you can.
Free for children 5 and under.

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Now on the Site for Choir Members

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  • Por La Paz
  • Tiny Perfect Moles: bass
  • Get Right Church: first soprano, second soprano, alto, tenor, and bass parts
  • Mon Moine: pronunciation
  • Northwest Passage: soprano, alto, tenor, bass, and special verse parts
  • Njengebhadi: soprano, alto, tenor and bass parts
  • Ntakana: soprano, alto, tenor, bariton and bass parts


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