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7th Wave Music

in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
directed by Amy Lindquist and Angela Gabriel CCLT 2008 | 505-699-5594

Singing together to strengthen ourselves, and our communities & our world since 2010.

7th Wave Music creates musical experiences that enliven human connection.

  • 2 distinct weekly drop-in classes EVERYONE WELCOME, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
  • Group trainings
  • Singing in social action, Workplace team building, Wellness retreats
  • Events – Ceremonies & Rituals, Parties

Angela and Amy have 60 years of combined experience teaching and performing. They bring curiosity, expertise and joy to any group.

ABQ Choir Magic

in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
directed by Arana Kalwaic CCLT 2013 | 505-343-1160


No experience necessary. Learn by ear in 4-part harmony.

Improve singing-Reduce stress-Make friends



Fun-loving community of singers waiting to welcome you.

“Singing is our birthright.” Call for more info, schedule.

Acapellaboratory Singing Gang

in Vancouver, BC, Canada
directed by Patti Powell CCLT 2006-07 | 604-254-0891

Come together and make something bigger than just the turn of rhythm, harmony and words. Singing can change the world. We’ll sing a capella music of all cultures, sacred and not-so-sacred. All levels of experience – as long as you breathe, even occasionally, you are welcome!

We offer warm, communal and fun-loving times. Families welcome.

Email or check out the website’s FAQ link for more info!

Accidental Harmony

in Texada Island, BC, Canada
directed by Maggie Timms CCLT 2011 | 604-486-0274 and 604-483-1256

Accidental Harmony is an all-inclusive, non-auditioned choir taught orally by call-and-response using songs and chants from many traditions and cultures. All levels of experience are welcome and reading sheet music is not required. We strive to create a friendly and safe environment in which to explore and nurture our voices. Although we are not a formal performance choir, we may perform from time to time for fundraising in order to support causes dear to us. This is on a volunteer basis only, and no one will be pressured to perform. Members are encouraged to bring along visiting relatives and friends to share in the magic we create together. The mood is comfortable, supportive, non-judgemental and fun! Our fee structure includes a sliding scale discount and various levels of scholarship for those who need them to ensure that no one is ever turned away for lack of money. Fees pro-rated for late starters. Sign up any time. All voices are welcome to share in the joy and enchantment of creating beautiful harmony together.

All Voices Vancouver

in Vancouver, BC, Canada
directed by Patti Powell CCLT 2006-07 | 604-254-0891

Thursdays 11:30-1pm in Olympic Village

A daytime choir in the heart of the city! Any and all voices welcome: only pre-requisite is the desire to sing with others.

See website for exact location and registration and all other info:

Annapolis Morning Song Circle (AM Song Circle)

in Annapolis, Maryland, USA
directed by Elizabeth Melvin CCLT 2010 | 410-271-5687

The AM Song Circle meets for an hour every Wednesday through-out the year.

Elizabeth teaches easy, quick songs from around the world in an informal atmosphere of camaraderie and good spirits.

No audition, no experience required, just a desire to raise your voice in glorious harmonies with a small group of dedicated singers. $10 suggested donation per week.

Bloomington Peace Choir

in Bloomington, Indiana, USA
directed by Barb Qualls CCLT 2012 | 812-824-9991

The Bloomington Peace Choir began in April 2010 as a community choir open to all voices. Our members come from many backgrounds, and have no particular religious affiliation, so we strive to be a place where all singers are welcome. Our music varies from American folk music, to South African freedom songs, to songs that embrace themes of peace.

The choir meets year-round, with concerts in the spring and fall. We sing at area events and believe in “singing when asked to”, or SWAT. As a part of our community outreach, the Bloomington Peace Choir performs regularly at area nursing homes, community celebrations and we have offered monthly lunch hour sings at city hall. If you find yourself at one of our concerts, don’t be surprised if you find yourself singing along, our enthusiasm is hard to resist! You may find you’ll want to join us and become a member.

We welcome new voices at all times, but encourage new members to join us at the start of each season, as we introduce new repertoire for our concerts. Because some of our singers have never been in a choir before, we focus on encouragement, listening and learning about the joys of singing together. We started a choir and created a community!!

Weekly rehearsals take place on Wednesday evenings from 7-9 pm at Unity of Bloomington, 4001 S Rogers St, Bloomington IN. Our event calendar can be found on Sing, just for the joy of it!!

Blue Heron Singers

in Victoria, BC, Canada
directed by Patricia (Pat) Robertson CCLT 2008-09 | 250-479-4271

We are the community choir of the Cordova Bay 55+ Association. Everyone is welcome in our space in an Elementary School on Thursday afternoons, as together we explore, discover and create a wide variety of music. For some of us, choirs have been part of our lives for a long time, while for others it is a completely new experience. We learn from and with each another in a welcoming, supportive and open-hearted atmosphere. With song and laughter, we celebrate the many joys of being together, listening to one another, and singing in harmony.

Although we do not ‘perform,’ several times during the year we share some of our eclectic repertoire with audiences in the community.

Blue Moon Rising

in Lafayette, Indiana, USA
directed by Denise Wilson CCLT 2014 | 765-490-7882

Blue Moon Rising is a community choir led by Denise Wilson that welcomes all singers regardless of past experience. We gather to have fun singing, experience a vibrant and welcoming community, and to enjoy the beautiful music that we create together. There are no auditions or a requirement to read music. All you need is an enthusiasm for singing and a willingness to learn songs from a variety of styles and world traditions. The songs have rich harmonies and irresistible rhythms that will lift your worries and grow your ability to sing with confidence and passion! We sing many different kinds of songs – American folk songs (old and new), uplifting chants and rounds from many countries and spiritual traditions, songs of peace and justice, and songs that are fun, funny, and full of celebration!

Blue Moon Rising meets on Wednesday evenings during a fall and spring session which last between fourteen and sixteen weeks. There is a fee for each session with scholarships and a sliding scale available. In addition to regular weekly choir sessions, Denise will occasionally hold one-time singing opportunities for those who are too busy to attend every week or are not free on Wednesday evenings. To receive info on these one-time events, either follow Denise Wilson Music on Facebook or ask to receive future mailings at

Circle Song for Women

in LaGrange Park, Illinois, USA
directed by Kathy Sherman, CSJ | 708-482-5061

Participants trust that the love and compassion in their music and song contribute to the healing and unity so needed in the world today. We strive for excellence in a spirit of peace and joy! “Circle of Song” welcomes all voices, cultures, faiths, and abilities!

The only requirement is the belief that singing together is a power that heals and connects!

Please feel free to call or email for more information or any questions you may have.