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Voices of Harmony weekly gathering

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  • Harbor Pilot School/The Cleveland Communty Center

    11 Charles Street, Dorchester, MA (map)

    42.300613 -71.061279

  • Please RSVP or email before coming to your first meeting so we know to expect you. Thanks!
  • Voices of Harmony's mission is to celebrate diversity and promote unity through performing world music and engaging in cross-cultural dialogue. We meet every week to spend time together singing music from cultures all around the world, and engaging in facilitated dialogues about race, culture, gender, and other social justice issues.

    You are invited to join us for a season full of song and conversation!

    What: Each week we either sing a song, or have a conversation to get to know one another.

    When: Wednesdays at 6:30pm-8:30pm

    Where: 11 Charles Street, Dorchester (Harbor Pilot School/The Cleveland Community Center), across the street from the Fields Corner T stop on the Red Line, with plenty of street parking.

    Who: We welcome anyone interested in joining our musical community, which is dedicated to bringing the neighborhoods of Boston together through music and dialogue. All genders, all ethnicities and backgrounds, and all levels of singing experience welcome and encouraged!  Join us if you love to sing and want to learn!

    Let your voice be heard! Come lift your voice in song, and express your unique perspective in a respectful, caring community.


    To learn more about Voices of Harmony, go to www.voicesofharmonyboston.org or email us.

    Please RSVP or email us before coming to your first meeting.  Thanks!

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  • Maynard S. C.

    Except for my finishing graduate school (and my thesis), the Tobin Center was convenient, but this new site loosk hospitable and ample, but it's strategically problematic for me.

    Have a great time; I'd EXPECT to heard some great solos AND harmony.

    1 · February 7, 2013

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