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HEALING SONG by Indian Hill Hospice Choir

Indian Hill's hospice choir, The Threshold Singers, will offer an evening of Songs of Comfort and Healing, Friday, Oct. 10, 7-9 pm at Camilla Blackman Hall, IHM, 36 King St., Littleton. This free event is open to all who wish to refresh mind, body and spirit in an atmosphere of quiet music. No registration necessary. Learn more at www.indianhillmusic.org or 978/486-9524.  

 

This free event kicks off the 7th Annual New England Threshold Choir Gathering. Singers interested in tapping into the healing power of their voices are invited to attend two workshops at IHMS, 36 King St., Littleton, on the weekend of Oct. 11 and 12, led by Threshold Choir creator and inspiring song leader Kate Munger.  A music teacher, composer and lifelong singer from California, Munger founded the first Threshold Choir there in 2000, after caring for a friend dying of HIV/IDS. Since then, she has inspired and nurtured more than 100 such choirs with thousands of singers in 17 states throughout North America and in four countries.

 

Anyone who can carry a tune, and is inspired by this unique program is invited to attend either workshop, regardless of level of experience. Workshops $25/per day, or $40/both days. For more info. contact coordinator Suzanne Buell at (831) 206-4260 or zanbuell@yahoo.com

  

For more information about the Threshold Singers and the 7th Annual New England Threshold Choir Gathering, visit www.indianhillmusic.org

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