PAST CONCERTS & COMMUNITY PERFORMANCES


High Lonesome, May 2023
OV hosts Tuskegee Golden Voices, March 2023
Betty and the Bobs with special guest artist, Iana Urazova, January 2023
“Open Voices Rising”, May 2022
Open Voices came out to the Leon’s Centre to cheer on the Kingston Frontenacs and to sing the national anthem at the hockey game. A buskering performance at intermission was also part of the fun community gig.
On November 11, 2019, Open Voices performed for the 4th and last time at PeaceQuest‘s “The World Remembers” concert at the Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts. This event commemorated the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
On June 8, 2019, Brian Tate — a Vancouver-based vocalist, composer/arranger, choir director, and educator — is featured. This concert is supported by The Ballytobin Foundation.
“Soul Revolution”, February 2019
On October 27, 2018, Open Voices performed in “Building Bridges,” a benefit concert to support one Syrian family’s resettlement in Kingston.
“Latin Heat”, January 2018.
“It’s A Grand Night For Singing” featuring guest conductor Tim Stiff, June 2017.
“All Spirits Rise” presents songs from the spiritual tradition featuring guest conductor Ian Juby, March 2017.
‘Global Folk’ with guest conductor, Martha Hill-Duncan, December 2016
‘Out Of Our Minds’, Saturday May 28, 2016.  Listen to Andy Rush highlight the concert…
This concert is co- produced with Cooke’s-Portsmouth United Church and St Mark’s Lutheran Church in Kingston, Ontario and proceeds go to the churches.
Jan 2015 concert - For the Beauty
Open Voices rollicked to the hurtin’ & flirtin’ strains of country music classics

2012-2015 Community Performances

  • Choralpalooza, The Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts, September 2014 and November 28, 2015
  • Migrant Workers Farewell Dinner Performance, Cobourg/Port Hope, September 20, 2014
  • Right Back Atcha! benefit concert, performing with The Gertrudes, August 14, 2013.  Nine local bands in Kingston donating their musical gifts to raise the spirits of Kingston residents affected by the hate crime targeting local lesbian couple Karen Dubinsky and Susan Belyea and their family.
  • Frontenac Rocks! combining women from Frontenac Women’s Choir and Open Voices, May 15, 2013
  • Kingston Frontenacs Hockey Game, March 15, 2013
  • Covenanting Service at Edith Rankin Church, December 2012
  • Men of Open Voices, Ban Righ fundraiser, Queen’s University, October 2012
Open Voices is joined by many musical guests as they celebrate five years.

Out of Our Minds – May 28, 2016

[Whig Standard promotion of ‘Song For The Asking
Photos from “Song For The Asking”
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