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IMPORTANT NOTICE regarding COVID-19 ("Coronavirus")

As public health policies evolve, there may be a number of events that will be cancelled or postponed.

We will be updating our event listings as and when we find out about these changes. Since this is a rapidly evolving situation, we encourage you to confirm any event listings directly with the event venues or organizers, or check via social media for the latest information.

· Dec · 21 Sat 7:00 pm at McDougall United Church
10086 Macdonald Drive Edmonton, AB T5J 2B7
Phone: 780-428-1818

Tickets: $25.00 adults, $20 students, $15 children 6-12, Free 5 and under with ticket and adult

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Wintersong feat. Kokopelli Choirs at McDougall United Church (Edmonton)  on December 21, 2019
Kokopelli Choirs

Kokopelli Choirs

Edmonton, AB
Children's / Classical / World

Kokopelli Choirs is a community choir family based in Edmonton, Alberta. We offer musical growth and performance opportunities through seven choirs for singers aged 5 to adult and early childhood music experiences for preschoolers. Known for innovative performances, wide-ranging repertoire, and musical excellence, Kokopelli Choirs believes in the ... Read more

A warm gust of song on a winter's day Every December, Kokopelli hosts Edmonton's largest seasonal choral concerts. This year, we present seven ensembles of all ages, for a total of almost 400 singers.

Wintersong fills historical McDougall United Church with music Saturday, December 21, at 2 p.m. (featuring Tamariki, Kikimasu, Shumayela, Kokopelli, Òran, Vacilando) and 7 p.m. (featuring Kikimasu, Shumayela, Kokopelli, Òran, Vacilando, and ChandraTala).

Both concerts will embrace a wide array of holiday music and traditions—with the afternoon concert including the abundant charm of our youngest ensembles. Highlights include Kokopelli performing Allison Girvan's moving arrangement of "Christmas in the Trenches," and then some inspired silliness—followed by some exquisite Mozart—from Òran, plenty of creative choreography from Shumayela, and Vacilando shares a hauntingly beautiful Norwegian carol in a folk style.

The 7 p.m. show will also feature the latest performance by ChandraTala, our brand-new ensemble for upper voices. For a rousing finale, our choirs are looking forward to premiering a commissioned arrangement by ChandraTala conductor Laura Hawley of "The First Snow of the Year" by Canadian singer-songwriter Hawksley Workman.