Beautiful women's voices singing songs from all over the planet, helping world communities in need and
finding common ground between cultures.
The thirty singers who make up CHOROMONDO and the twelve members of the CHOROMONDO TOURING ENSEMBLE come from diverse
backgrounds. There are teachers, doctors, dancers, writers, an actress, a massage therapist, a homeopath, a midwife,
a travel journalist, an organic farmer...many had never sung in a choir before, but these women LOVE to sing, and
they have formed an incredible group together, both musically and as a community.
in January 1999, by musician/composer Allyna Harris, Choromondo presently has a repertoire of over 100 songs from
over 25 countries including Bulgaria, South Africa, the Balkans, Japan, Cuba, Latvia, Spain and the Republic of
Choromondo concerts are dedicated to helping world communities in need. To quote one reviewer, "in this
way, Choromondo returns the cultural loans they take out from the world's songbooks".
The choir has sung benefit concerts for farmers in East Timor, flood victims in Mozambique and orphans in India
and Bangladesh. Through the common human experiences expressed in the songs they sing, Choromondo also hopes to
help bridge differences between cultures and contribute to a more peaceful planet.
Choromondo's performance schedule, click here.
buy the Choromondo CD, click here.
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Audience response has been tremendously positive. Choromondo is colourful and enthusiastic and the group radiates
a love of singing world music that is infectious and irresistable.
Choromondo is based in North Hatley, Quebec, Canada.
Choromondo released their first CD, the best of three years of concerts in June 2003. See recordings.
For information about Choromondo recordings and concert bookings, contact email@example.com
Allyna Harris, Founding Director
Choromondo World Music Women's Choir and WorldSongCircles
with musician/composer Allyna Harris
Workshops in world vocal traditions from Bulgaria, the Balkans, Georgian,
Native American, South Africa, Kenya, Ghana,
Cuba, Spain, France and more....
creates a musicmaking environment in which
every voice is a democratic part of the whole.
The healing playfulness of her warmups,
the step by step approach to learning
and the joy with which shares her love of singing
world music make her workshops a relaxing, stimulating experience.
Inquire about sponsoring a workshop in your community
Two day workshops in multi-traditional harmonies,
tongue twisting foreign languages, laughter and beautiful sounds
Invite to your school or arts centre
as artist in residence or guest choral director
For information on WorldSongCircles: workshops and residencies in world vocal traditions with Harris,
please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Earth Sing! Singing Camps and Retreats are led by
Harris and Trisha
Pope. Featuring small groups of12-20 singers, Earth
Sing! is an experience
of song, dance, drumming, great food, campfires and community.
Trisha is a sound healer, improvisor, songwriter and jazz
specialty is gospel, songs of affirmation, chants and an eclectic
of world music. leads Balkan tunes, Georgian,
South African) and other traditional music from around the
globe. She is an
experienced musician, composer and choral director...you can
find out more
about 's work by exploring this web site. Trisha
directs the Tamarack
Choir in Montreal and teaches voice, sound healing and vibrational
medicine. Her web site is www.trishapope.com