baha’i choir to perform on parliament hill

Speaking of Baha’i choral music—a Baha’i-inspired choir from Winnipeg, the Abha Voices (see a RealPlayer clip care of the CBC), will be performing during the official Canada Day festivities in Ottawa this year. For those who don’t know, Ottawa’s Canada Day celebrations are annually beamed via national television across the country. That’s therefore a big thing!

Choir dedicated to Bahá’í music to perform on Parliament Hill

WINNIPEG, MB, 13 June 2007 (CBNS) — A choir from Winnipeg, Manitoba, that draws its lyrics from the writings of the Bahá’í Faith has been selected to perform in the official Canada Day program on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.

The Abha Voices choir, made up of residents of Winnipeg, will travel to Ottawa on Canada Day weekend, along with one choir from each of the other provinces and territories, to participate in the festivities. […]

The Abha Voices, along with the other choirs that have been invited to Ottawa, will perform at selected venues during the weekend. Dates include June 29th at noon in the rotunda in the centre block on Parliament Hill; 8:00 pm the same day at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church; and June 30th at noon at the National Arts Centre. Admission to all performances is free.

Read the full story on the Canadian Baha’i News Service.

Read more about Canada Day in the Capital.

1 thought on “baha’i choir to perform on parliament hill

  1. If you didn’t know I’m a bit of a singer myself. I missed the House of Worship thing due to a little problem called time and space. Oh well, it’s nice to hear that folk in Canada are using the power of their voices to transform souls.

    Good stuff.

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