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Voices of Earth Concert – April 22nd

In News by Jan

You know those nights where you find yourself laughing from the sheer joy of being alive? Those nights can be rare after a long Ottawa Winter, but they happen a lot more often when you get to work with Kathy Armstrong and experience the drumming and dance of Ghana. The rhythms and exuberance are simply infectious. I dare say you’ll …

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Swirl and Twirl Fundraising Event

In News by Jan

Tone Cluster is honoured to be chosen as one of Swirl and Twirl’s beneficiaries for 2017.  Join us May 25th for the 13th annual Swirl and Twirl presented by Royal RBC. This is a fantastic fundraiser (19+) for Ottawa’s LGBTQA community, which includes a silent auction, wine and beer tasting, snacks and food, socializing, entertainment and a chance to help …

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Tone Cluster to perform with Rakestar and Christine Duncan

In News by David Fowler

Tone Cluster – quite a queer choir is delighted to be performing with Rakestar jazz Arkestra in a concert titled Sung Ra: Songs of Sun Ra.  The concert is Sunday, Jan 22, 7:30pm at Church of the Ascension, 253 Echo Drive, Ottawa. SUNG RA: Songs Of Sun Ra This concert spectacle combines two unique Ottawa musical groups, the 8-piece jazz …

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Start of a new season – President’s Message

In News by David Fowler

Start of 2016–2017 Season It’s my honour to have been elected President of Tone Cluster—quite a queer choir. In my 16 years with the choir, my joy in singing is consistently renewed by this fantastic bunch of committed singers and the diverse repertoire that is a signature of the group Last season we were chosen to perform at one of …

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Looking for a fab choir? Come Sing With US!

In News by David Fowler

Have you got what it takes to join an enthusiastic group of performance oriented singers with a diverse set of repertoire? This auditioned, 35 voice mixed choir is seeking select individuals in all vocal ranges to join the 2016–2017 season of focused rehearsals, challenging workshops with skilled clinicians, engaging fundraisers, amazing concerts and the support of queer community. Artistic Director …

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Tone Cluster at Ottawa Pride 2016!

In News by David Fowler

Pride is quickly approaching!  The parade and community fair will be held Sunday, August 21 starting at 1pm. Tone Cluster is marching – do you want to march with us? We’ll have a small SUV with lots of water. It’s a great opportunity for us to show our community support. Leave us a message here or send us an email …

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LIVE BROADCAST of GALA Choruses Concert

In News by David Fowler

Tone Cluster – quite a queer choir is excited to share details about how to watch our Coffee Concert performance at the GALA Choruses Festival in Denver on Monday, July 4, 2016 at 10:30AM MDT, which is 12:30 EDT. Many choruses and events will be broadcast.  At this time only the schedule is available.  This same web location will be used …

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We Got Issues!! June 5, 3PM

In News by David Fowler

Tone Cluster – quite a queer choir is excited to offer our fans and local supports a chance to preview the complete concert were are taking to the GALA 2016 Festival in Denver in July. The concert takes place Sunday, June 5 at 3PM at the Kailash Mital Theatre at  Carleton University For the Buddhists: an amazing choral version of …

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Laurence Ewashko to return as judge for Show Tune Showdown

In News by David Fowler

Laurence Ewashko, Artistic Director of Ewashko Singer, is a former conductor of the Vienna Boys’ Choir, and  celebrates his 27th season of choral activity in the National Capital Region. As a choral clinician, vocal coach and adjudicator, he makes a significant contribution to the quality and appreciation of vocal music in Canada and abroad. Laurence has prepared choruses for many …

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Catherine McKenney will be a judge at Show Tune Showdown

In News by David Fowler

Tone Cluster – quite a queer choir is delighted to announce that Catherine McKenney will be one of three celebrity judges at the upcoming Show Tune Showdown on April 30th. Catherine McKenney was elected to Ottawa City Council on October 27th, 2014. She is the first open LGBTQ woman elected to Ottawa Council. Prior to her election she was the …