Banish the winter chill! Celebrate the season with all six Kokopelli choirs in cosy McDougall Church. (Please note: Tamariki appears only at the 2 p.m. concert.)
Regrettably, McDougall United Church's elevator is out of service. This means that the Wintersong concert is not wheelchair accessible. McDougall United Church may also be difficult to access for anyone who cannot walk independently up a half-flight of stairs. Accessibility for our audience members with mobility issues is extremely important to us. Please accept our apologies that this issue has arisen too close to the concert date to address it by a change of venue.
All other Kokopelli Choirs concerts in 2018-2019 will be wheelchair accessible.
From its earliest roots as a youth choir, the Kokopelli family has grown to span multiple generations, reflected in the harmonies of six ensembles. In this performance, the grandparents, parents, children, and grandchildren of Kokopelli explore our association’s musical—and literal—lineages.
Grab a prime viewpoint on the sidelines, as our three youngest choirs (Tamariki, Kikimasu, and Shumayela) strut their musical stuff along with guest children’s choirs. Expect a choral cavalcade of youthful joy and excitement.
Celebrate a year of music! Our youngest two choirs (Kikimasu and Tamariki) wrap up their season with a short, lively musical recap.
Kokopelli and Shumayela are joined by our traditional guest choir, the Braille Tones, to close out their season with characteristic joy and colour.