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Juneberry Community Out & About

What are Juneberry members up to outside of chorus? Check below to find out; email juneberry(@)uvmusic(dot)org to add your idea or event.

This fall, I started leading a workplace chorus at DHMC; Juneberry Community Chorus singers Weds Soprano Kate Lucier and Weds Alto Tina Foster joined… we’re holding two concerts to culminate 12 weeks of singing together — and of course, there’s at least one audience sing-a-long. Please join us!

Sue Hunt, Weds Alto, is the pianist on this album: Here’s To Every Country Dancer, recorded by the Canterbury Country Dance Orchestra, and released this year!
Front side of the album
Juneberry opportunities page Sue Hunt album backside

Herb Ferris, Monday tenor, is an amazing sculptor — here’s a chance to see his work, July 6th-October!
Sculpture Fest announcement

For the women from Soprano Joanne Cook — a Cantabile summer sing! These are always a treat…

Juneberry Opportunities Cantabile Summer Sing

This fall, Juneberry Community Chorus will be singing a beautiful Argentinian song — here is a chance to observe/participate in a little bit of Argentinian culture right here in the Upper Valley on July 27th! Tango
Professor Noelia Cirnigliaro, Dartmouth College, is bringing Argentino Tango to White River Junction! As part of her course, “Tango Argentino: Music, Dance, Poetry, Community,” she has invited world class artists from New York City to bring her students and the community (YOU!) together through the language of Argentine Tango.

There is a free, open workshop 2-3 p.m. on the Hanover Green, followed by a free 5 p.m. concert by the Tango Quartet. These events are part of the Dartmouth 250 celebration, but the community is welcome.

Because of the benefits of Tango for those with Parkinson’s, there is also an earlier workshop, limited to 10-12 people living with PD or other neuromuscular challenge. However, there will be room for your partners or friends to observe! Dancers will partner with Professor Noelia’s students.

Saturday July 27, 2019
10:00 – 11:00 am
Open Door Studio
White River Junction, VT

There is no charge to attend this workshop.

Please contact Diane.L.Sherman(at)hitchcock(dot)org or (603) 653-6672.
if you are interested in participating.

Reservations accepted on a first come, first served basis.


Meet the instructors:
Andres Bravo (Colombia) and Sarita Apel (Germany/Netherlands) are a professional Tango couple currently based in New York City. Andres and Sarita are the 2019 official US Tango Salon Champions and 2019 Tango Salon Champions at the SoCal Tango Championship. They have performed and taught in New York’s most prestigious Milongas…Andres and Sarita are also part of the renowned Tango For All Dance Company, performing in NYC and touring nationally.

Meet the musicians: Pedro Giraudo Tango Quartet [Pedro Giraudo (bassist; band leader; arranger, composer), Nick Danielson (violin), Rodolfo Zanetti (bandoneon), Pablo Estigarribia (piano)] Pedro Giraudo is a renowned bassist, composer and arranger and is among the most compelling tango artists today. He debuted his Tango Orchestra at Lincoln Center’s Midsummer Night Swing in July 2015 and is an active cultural ambassador of the genre. His collaborations in the world of tango, jazz, pop and latin music are numerous, and he has participated in jazz and music festivals internationally.

Fabulous singing opportunity on July 10th, no matter what level of experience… I highly recommend this to anyone who’s hungry to sing!
Justice Choir