Welcome to

Hamilton Sings! Community Choir

We are a non-audition, mixed-voice choir for adults and older youth. Our members may be new to singing or to choirs, or they may bring lots of musical experience. Everyone wants a fun and friendly place to make music together.

There is no audition! Choir membership includes healthy, functional voice coaching, and musical skills development.

Saturday Choir

Saturday’s Choral Connections

Sue Crowe Connolly and Hanna Bech Mathieson have prepared an autumn 2020 season of song, delivered to your home and desktop through Zoom technology. Though temporarily absent from our traditional rehearsal space of the Hamilton Boys and Girls Club, we’re delighted to take a virtual and vital place in your living room.

Some highlights of our 2020 autumn program:

  • Real connections with your music-loving friends
  • Focus on musical skill building at your own pace
  • Explore various musical traditions such as Quebec music history & culture
  • Dynamic instruction includes possible workshops led by local and international artists
  • Member access to instructional materials includes voice files and sheet music

Rehearsals commence on Saturday September 12th at 10:00 am and continue until Saturday December 5th. As usual, the first rehearsal is open to all interested individuals, after which registration will be closed to members only.

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Choral Connections
Fall 2020

New session material arrives weekly…

October 17

  • You Are Welcome (in this place)
  • Mistletoe
  • Megruli Nana
  • Break
  • Fall(ing)
  • Shenandoah
  • Fire in Your Heart (glowin’ glowin’)
  • Call My Name
  • Homeward Now
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Our home, the Sherman Boys and Girls Club, is closed for the forseeable future. So we cannot rehearse there again until circumstances change.
On Saturday mornings from September to December, Hanna and Sue lead choir members in the Choral Connections sessions, with warmups, a sing-along, and some new music.
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The Musical Home of our Saturday Choir
Sherman Boys and Girls Club
(formerly St. Peter’s HARRRP)
705 Main St E, Hamilton

Hamilton Sings! spring concert, “Songs of Canada at 150 Plus” took place at Christ’s Church Cathedral, James St N. in Hamilton. This selection, Dave Gould’s “Starlight Tours”, was performed by Dave, accompanied by the choir and Stephen Fuller on violin.

Brenda’s Updates

Hamilton Sings Update: BLUEBERRY ALERT!

Hey Music-makers, I’ve spent the last month traveling in a camper van, so my comfortable bed and your splendid company are a warm welcome back. Though Covid-19 is cramping our style,

Updates for Oct 10 & Blueberries!

Hi folks, Just to help you keep your toe tapping during this Thanksgiving weekend we’re going to have our Choral Connections tomorrow! Link is included below and doors will “open” at 9:50 to drop in and say hello before we start at 10:00.

Welcome to Our 2020 Autumn Program

Welcome to Hamilton Sings, Hamilton’s original community choir. Undaunted by the challenges of COVID-19, choir leaders Sue Crowe Connolly and Hanna Bech Mathieson are preparing an autumn 2020

Duty Calls: The AGM

Duty calls, fellow choristers. Indeed, this Saturday May 30th at 10am you can exercise your rights, satisfy your obligations, and have a hand in your choir’s future. I’m talking about our first ever virtual Annual General Meeting (AGM),

The ‘Long’ Weekend

Howdy all Saturday mornings used to be set aside for watching cartoons but luckily you’ve all got something else to do . . . Step right up to your computer screens tomorrow at 10am to enjoy our second last Choral Connection

Choral Connection

Hi Folks I’m going to be spare you much in the way of words from me today and direct you to follow the link below to an estimable Globe and Mail article from Canadian wordsmith Saleema Nawaz.