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UPDATED: Announcement re: COVID-19

In News by Rob Bowman

COVID-19: The challenge of singing and performing together in isolation It was mid-March when the COVID-19 lockdown made it impossible for Tone Cluster to rehearse together in person and perform in front of appreciative audiences. The pandemic has forced the cancellation of our planned concert, Gay Poets Society, our annual major fundraising event, Show Tune Showdown, and our final concert, …

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Show Tune Showdown 2020 Cancelled

In News by Sarah Wibberley

We hope this communication finds you well and healthy.  After much thought, and given the current situation around COVID-19, we have decided to cancel this year’s Show Tune Showdown (STS). Trust that this was not an easy decision to make, but the safety and health of our choir members, teams, judges, volunteers and audience is of the utmost importance at …

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Season Subscription 2019-2020

In News by Susan Murphy

We think November deserves something special. That’s why Tone Cluster—quite a queer choir is including 4 shows for the price of 3 in our Special Season Ticket bundle: all of our concerts plus Show Tune Showdown! An opportunity you won’t want to miss! This season’s offering includes: “Quiet No More“: the Canadian premiere of this stirring, 8 movement piece commemorating the 50th …

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Upcoming Concert: Gay Poets’ Society

In News by Sarah Wibberley

March 28. 2020, 7:30 pm – 9:30 pmCentretown United Church, 507 Bank Street This concert will feature the words of the queer community with commissioned music and our own local poets reading from their work. Doors open at 7:00 pm Tickets: $25, Student $10 available at the door, Children under 12 get in free. Tickets GPS – Adult $20.00 CADGPS …

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STS – The Vanna’s are ready!

In News by Jan

A note from your favourite Vanna… I remember growing up watching Vanna White on Wheel of Fortune; I thought her prospects were limited but her dresses were fabulous! Still, I thought to myself, one day, I too would find a reason to wear so many sequins. Yet, life happened, apart from being “that girl” who overdresses for New Years, there …

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25th Anniversary Concert!

In News by Jan

It is so easy to become outraged. Everywhere we look something is going wrong: in traffic, on the internet, with the weather, with politics, the environment, I could go on…. It’s easy to become overwhelmed. All the outrage with not too much resolution and suddenly I’m spending all my free time in a cocoon of games on my phone, shows …