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  • published 2017-2018 Season in Listen 2017-11-07 17:00:57 -0600

    2017-2018 Season

    Concert Season

     

    Illuminations

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    Illuminations celebrates the passing from darkness into light. Singing poetry of the sun, moon and stars, we reflect upon the cycles and connections between each of our celestial neighbors and their influence upon our lives here on Earth.

    Join us for the celebration!

    Saturday, December 2, 2017

    1:00 p.m.
    4:30 p.m. ASL Interpretation

    Mayflower Congregational United Church of Christ
    106 E Diamond Lake Rd, Minneapolis, MN 55419

    Tickets Available Here

     

    Community Outreach Concert Series

    Our February community concert features a collaboration between The Twin Cities Women's Choir and area schools. Mentorship and leadership abound as we sing beautiful music with women and girls of all ages. 

    Coming February 2018

     

    Divas & Desserts

    May’s Divas & Desserts Gala Fundraiser is our signature event of the year!

    Tickets for Divas & Desserts go on sale to the general public in Spring of 2018. Check back here for further details.


     

    Out In The Community

    Where else can you find and support the Twin Cities Women's Choir?

     

    Holidays Under Glass Series

    ENCORE! joins many talented artists in bringing festive holiday cheer to IDS Center's Crystal Court. Come by at noon on November 25th to get in the holiday spirit with us!

    Saturday, November 25, 2017

    12:00 p.m.

    IDS Center - Crystal Court

     

    Holidazzle Festival

    We are excited to participate in the Holidazzle tradition for a pop-up shop and performance during opening weekend in Loring Park! Get your exclusive Twin Cities Girls' & Women's Choir merch, stock up on CD's and gifts for family, and even purchase tickets for upcoming shows! 

    Friday, November 24
    4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    Opening Ceremony: 6:30 pm
    Elf Movie: 8:00 pm 

    Saturday, November 25
    11:00 am - 10:00 pm
    ENCORE performance: 3:00pm

    Sunday, November 26
    11:00 am - 7:00 pm
    Happy Feet Movie: 5:00 pm

    ENCORE! performs Saturday at 3:00 pm. It's a perfect way to spend an afternoon - music, ice skating, hot cider, bonfires and festive local shopping. We hope to see you there! 

    Saturday, November 25, 2017

    3:00 p.m.

    Holidazzle Stage, Loring Park


    Email sing@twincitieswomenschoir.org with any questions about ticketing or this season's activities.


  • published Get Email in About 2016-03-07 12:32:44 -0600

    Get Email

    If you'd like to get periodic emails from us (newsletter, upcoming concerts, open rehearsals, etc.), sign up here. If you'd like to get our season postcard, include your address.

    Sign up

  • published Thank You in Donate 2015-12-22 13:44:30 -0600

  • published Singathon 2015-12-08 21:57:23 -0600

    Singathon

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    When's the next Sing-a-Thon?

    October 28, 2017

     

    Who's performing?

    Our own talent: Twin Cities Girls' Choir, Twin Cities Women's Choir's ENCORE ensemble

    Our community's individual talent: Candles Enough, and karaoke!

    Amazing guest artists: Mia Nelson, Joe Cole (with TCWC Alto 2 Mary Cole), Red TideRoszoSven-Erik Olsen

     

    What's a Sing-a-Thon?

    Our own participants raise money from their networks. On the day of the event, our own singers and guest artists perform all day long, 30 minutes at a time, to support us in empowering women's and girls' voices. We will broadcast from the Phoenix Theater in Minneapolis. New this year, you can be part of the live studio audience! Wristbands for all-day access to the Sing-a-Thon are $10 and give you great discounts at Sencha Tea Bar to keep you fed and fueled during the event!

    $1200 sponsors a full season of singing with the Twin Cities Women's Choir for one woman.

    $750 sponsors a full season of singing with the Twin Cities Girls' Choir for one girl.

     

    Service Providers

    The Uptake

    Phoenix Theater Minneapolis

     

    Community Sponsors

     

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  • donated 2015-11-09 15:22:20 -0600

    Individual Donation

    Use this form to make a one-time contribution (1 installment).

    Or, to spread your gift across a season:

    • choose up to 12 monthly installments,
    • then enter the total dollar amount you wish to give for the whole season
      • e.g., if you wish to give $55/month, select 12 installments and enter $660 as your donation amount

    Would you like to make a long-term commitment to TCWC? Set up a sustaining donation.

    We rely primarily on contributions for support in building community through music. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and are governed by an active board of directors. Your tax-deductible donation enables us to purchase music, commission new works, and make the choir accessible to women of all income levels.

    Here are some examples of what your donations enable us to do.

    $35 Sponsors 2 sliding-scale concert tickets
    $100 Rents one night of rehearsal space
    $250 Provides ASL interpretation for one concert
    $1200 Sponsors one singer for one full season
    $1500 Commissions a new arrangement of an existing song
    $3000 Commissions a brand new song
       

    We are grateful for any and all contributions. While unrestricted gifts provide us with the most flexibility, you may direct your contribution to a designated fund.

    Renee Robbins Memorial Fund

    Through this fund, the Twin Cities Women’s Choir commissions new works by women and girls to further our mission of singing, performing and affirming the voices of women. Renee Robbins, a member of the choir since 1997, shared her intense love of music and her deep joy of life with us. Renee passed away in 2001.

    Sue Fern Memorial Fund

    The Sue Fern Memorial Fund has been established in honor and memory of Sue Ann Fern, one of the Founding Mothers of our choir. The fund was established to purchase sheet music. This fund also enables women who can’t contribute financially to join the choir. Sue passed away in 2006.

    Mary Bussman Emerging Female Composer Fund

    TCWC sponsors an annual choral competition for an emerging female composer in continuation of our mission to affirm the voices of women. Mary Bussman was our founding Artistic Director and currently, holds the title of Artistic Director Emerita.

    WE PROUDLY RECOGNIZE OUR 2017—2018 SPONSORS!

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    Sponsors help support the goals and mission of Twin Cities Women's Choir through monetary contributions, in-kind donations, and fundraising. If you or your business are interested in sponsorship opportunities with Twin Cities Women's Choir please contact us by email at sing@twincitieswomenschoir.org or by phone at (612) 333-8292.

    Donate

  • published Book in Listen 2015-04-10 21:33:45 -0500

    Book the Twin Cities Women's Choir or ENCORE!

    The Twin Cities Women's Choir — as part of its mission to sing, perform, and affirm the voices of women — performs in the community in addition to putting on our own concerts. Would you like the full, rich sound of 100+ women at your event?

    Contact us: 612-333-8292 or sing@twincitieswomenschoir.org


  • published Home 2015-04-10 20:35:49 -0500

    Twin Cities Women's Choir - Empowering the Voices of Women

    2017-2018 Season

    Our 21st season is shaping up to be full of concerts, outreach, and collaboration!
    Check out all the details, including ticket purchasing on our Season Page.

    Follow us on Facebook and sign up for our newsletter to make sure you have all the latest on the choir. 


    Announcing TCWC's 10th Emerging Female Composer Contest Winner: Amanda Weber's Voices of Hope

    Amanda Weber HeadshotWe are pleased to announce Amanda Weber is the winner of the 10th annual Mary Bussman Emerging Female Composer Contest! Recognized by the Yale Institute of Sacred Music as a conductor "of exceptional promise and achievement," Amanda Weber is passionate about uniting music, art and community through her work as a conductor, teacher, performer, artist and social activist. TCWC debuted her original composition, Voices of Hope, at Divas & Desserts 2017.

    Read more about Amanda and her piece, Voices of Hope (and see her TED Talk!).