Big Sing London!

Big Sing London!

When: Sun, Oct 20, 2019, 3:00 PM
Where: Aeolian Hall, 795 Dundas Street

The Karen Schuessler Singers is excited to present Song Leader Bernie Gilmore to lead their Community Sing, Big Sing London!, on Sunday, October 20 at 3:00 pm at Aeolian Hall, 795 Dundas Street in London.

“Big Sing London! is an event where a couple hundred people get together to just sing. It’s not a concert—we do all the singing ourselves! With our need to come together and engage in community, what better activity could there be to do that than singing?” says KSS Artistic Director and Conductor Karen Schuessler. Continue reading “Big Sing London!”

February 2019 Singathon

February 2019 Singathon!

When: Sat. February 2, 2019 • 12:30pm to 3:30pm (same as last year)
Where: Centre Court, Cherryhill Mall, 301 Oxford Street West

Sharing our voice in the community is what KSS is all about. Our community-inspired fundraiser—the Singathon—does exactly that. At this kick-up-our-heels choral event, we sing for you the songs you loved from the past few concerts and other tried and true favourites, all conducted by hilarious guest conductors of all ages and abilities.

You can be one! Opportunities to conduct or dedicate a song abound in this fun-filled afternoon. Continue reading “February 2019 Singathon”

May 2018 – Missa Gaia/Earth Mass at Knox Presbyterian Church in Kincardine

Missa Gaia/Earth Mass at Knox Presbyterian Church in Kincardine

Sunday, May 6, 2018, 7:00 PM
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
345 Durham Street, Kincardine

The wolves and the whales are back! A sweeping celebration of Creation and Creator, Missa Gaia weaves sound textures and colours, overlaying rhythms and styles from gospel to Gregorian chant. With vocalist Denise Pelley.
Continue reading “May 2018 – Missa Gaia/Earth Mass at Knox Presbyterian Church in Kincardine”

February 2018 – Singathon

February 2018 Singathon

We celebrated with a great, fun-filled party at our Singathon on Feb 3rd!

Highlighting the afternoon were some very special guest conductors. Bevan Palmateer and John Davidson who admitted to not reading a note of music, our Mayor, Jim Swan, Jay Campbell and several real musicians led the choir is everything from Handel to the Beatles. Adding their own unique touch were some young aspiring conductors who also took the “baton” to lead the choir.

Click here to check out photos of the day.

Thank you to all who have supported us with donations. Your generosity will aid us in our goal of bringing the best of choral music to our audiences.

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