Events

Previous events

Jun17

Reconciliation Songs: Maskihkîy Âcimowin / Medicine Stories

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Bleeding Heart Art Space, 132 118th Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Live music from a variety of local performers, including indigenous, non-indigenous and newcomer musicians.

Performances by: Spencer Ford, Alana Levandoski, Ian Porteous, Karen Shepherd, Dave Von Bieker, Gary Trudell

Jun12

Alberta Bound!

Robertson-Wesley United Church , 10209-123 Street, Edmonton

To celebrate Canada’s Sesquicentennial, over 50 musicians from Edmonton are going on tour. The United Voices of Edmonton (combined choirs of United on Whyte and Choir of Robertson-Wesley), and the Robertson-Wesley Ringers handbell choir, are honoured to support the on-going work of the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and are thrilled to have Cree singer/songwriter Karen Donaldson Shepherd collaborating with us in healing and harmony.

Admission by donation.

Jun11

Alberta Bound!

Morinville United Church , 9610 Morinville Drive, Morinville

To celebrate Canada’s Sesquicentennial, over 50 musicians from Edmonton are going on tour. The United Voices of Edmonton (combined choirs of United on Whyte and Choir of Robertson-Wesley), and the Robertson-Wesley Ringers handbell choir, are honoured to support the on-going work of the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and are thrilled to have Cree singer/songwriter Karen Donaldson Shepherd collaborating with us in healing and harmony.

Admission by donation.

Jun11

Alberta Bound!

St. Vital Catholic Church , 4905 50 Street, Beaumont

To celebrate Canada’s Sesquicentennial, over 50 musicians from Edmonton are going on tour. The United Voices of Edmonton (combined choirs of United on Whyte and Choir of Robertson-Wesley), and the Robertson-Wesley Ringers handbell choir, are honoured to support the on-going work of the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and are thrilled to have Cree singer/songwriter Karen Donaldson Shepherd collaborating with us in healing and harmony.

Admission by donation.

Jun10

Alberta Bound!

Seba Beach Golden Age Seniors Centre , 109-1st Street, Seba Beach

To celebrate Canada’s Sesquicentennial, over 50 musicians from Edmonton are going on tour. The United Voices of Edmonton (combined choirs of United on Whyte and Choir of Robertson-Wesley), and the Robertson-Wesley Ringers handbell choir, are honoured to support the on-going work of the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and are thrilled to have Cree singer/songwriter Karen Donaldson Shepherd collaborating with us in healing and harmony.

Admission by donation.

Jun9

Alberta Bound!

First United Church , 10409 100 Avenue, Fort Saskatchewan

To celebrate Canada’s Sesquicentennial, over 50 musicians from Edmonton are going on tour. The United Voices of Edmonton (combined choirs of United on Whyte and Choir of Robertson-Wesley), and the Robertson-Wesley Ringers handbell choir, are honoured to support the on-going work of the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and are thrilled to have Cree singer/songwriter Karen Donaldson Shepherd collaborating with us in healing and harmony.

Admission by donation.