Orcas Peace Chorus
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The Orcas Peace Chorus is now Sing Peace! Orcas

Join us for the Orcas Peace Chorus!

Led by Michael Hurwicz and Sharon Abreu, at the Episcopal Parish Hall in Eastsound.

We sing songs from around the world that express and envision peace and help us feel more peaceful in ourselves, songs to buoy us up and give us hope, songs of longing, and songs that are just fun.  We come together to sing in harmony for personal, local and global transformation.  We sing to open our hearts, re-enchant our spirits, and connect with each other.

We are an all-inclusive, non-audition community choir.  All voices are welcome, and no singing experience is required.

Sunday, Nov. 11th

On Sunday, Nov. 11th (Armistice Day) at 10:45am, we'll meet at the Episcopal Parish Hall (where we usually get together), sing a couple of songs for folks having coffee after the Episcopal service, then go over to Benson Hall just across the lawn and sing for the Unitarian service. We'll be done by 12:30pm, though we can stay for snacks after the Unitarian service. We can also bring snacks. See you there!

Songs

1) Be Peace, words and music by Sharon Abreu
Both parts (main and harmony) normal volume:


Harmony louder:

copyright (c) 2018 by Sharon Abreu

Lyric and chord sheet for "Be Peace"

2) By My Silence, words and music by Ellen Bukstel and Nick Annis
Both parts (main and harmony) normal volume:


Harmony louder:

words and music copyright (c) 2008 by Ellen Bukstel and Nick Annis

Lyric sheet for "By My Silence"

3) Strangest Dream by Ed McCurdy
Both parts (main and harmony) normal volume:


Harmony louder:

Lyric and chord sheet for "Strangest Dream"

4) Let There Be Peace on Earth
Both parts (main and harmony) normal volume:


Harmony louder:

Lyric and chord sheet for "Let There Be Peace on Earth"

Ship Gonna Sail (Youtube)

Dona Nobis Pacem (Youtube)

Time

Free introductory session on Monday, September 24th from 7:00-9:00pm.  Then each week for six more weeks, 7:00-9:00pm, either on Monday or on Thursday. Specifically, two Thursdays Oct. 4 and 11, three Mondays Oct. 15, 22 and 29, and then Thursday, November 8. Finally, we'll share with the community on Sunday November 11 (Veterans Day/Armistice Day) from 3pm - 5pm.

Place

All our meetings and the public sharing will be at the Episcopal Parish Hall, 242 Main Street in Eastsound, on your left as you're facing the Episcopal Church.

If you' have any questions, please contact us.

We are asking a suggested donation of $50 to $100 for all seven sessions. Give as you are able. Scholarships are available. 

Hoping to see you on the 24th!

Shar & Mike  
The Orcas Peace Chorus


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