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Sat, Nov 23


Epsilon Spires Sanctuary

Brattleboro Women’s Chorus

On Saturday Nov. 23rd at 3pm and 7:30 pm: Brattleboro Women’s Chorus will present their 23rd Annual Fall concert "Love Changes Everything" spirited harmonies from music of various traditions accompanied by local guest musicians.

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Brattleboro Women’s Chorus
Brattleboro Women’s Chorus

Time & Location

Nov 23, 2019, 3:00 PM

Epsilon Spires Sanctuary, 190 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301, USA

About the event

Saturday, November 23: 3pm and 7:30pm 

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Tickets are $12 adult, $20 generous, $10 student and senior. 

Available for purchase through the Brattleboro Women's Chorus Website. 

The Brattleboro Women’s Chorus will present their 24th annual fall concert titled Love Changes Everything on Saturday, November 23 at 3:00 pm and 7:30 pm at Epsilon Spires.  Director Becky Graber and the 100-plus member chorus will be joined by guest musicians Lisa McCormick with her ukulele orchestra and Cathy Martin on piano.  The theme of the concert music is love in its many forms. By happenstance or by grace, many of the songs are by women composers: the concert title song Love Changes Everything by Lisa McCormick; two by Ali Burns of Scotland; Lullabye by Cris Williamson; the irreverent If You Love Me by Malvina Reynolds; and Holly Near’s Change of Heart, which says, among other things, “There’s a change of heart any time you join the choir.”  Baby Boomer favorites include Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, All I Have to Do Is Dream, Billy Joel’s Lullabye, and a medley of Beatles tunes. And for the younger crowd, there is One Day by Matisyahu.  Tickets are $12 adult, $20 generous, and $10 student and senior and will be available at or at the door. For more information, see or call 802-254-8994.

The chorus offers all women over the age of ten, regardless of musical experience or expertise, the opportunity to join together in shared musical harmony in a supportive environment. Largely through the aural tradition, the ancient practice of learning by ear, we learn songs from a variety of traditions and develop vocal production skills to offer our audiences moving renditions of songs sung by their family, friends and neighbors. 

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