Come sing with us and discover the joy of music and community. Our offerings are listed below.

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Choir + ear and vocal training at each rehearsal

Improve your voice. Improve your music-reading skills. Little by little.

Yes, we will be rehearsing in preparation for our concerts (more on that below), but we will also have the added benefit of working on our voices and learning a little more about reading the notes. Our professionally trained Artistic Director, Amy , will add a bite-sized piece of learning to each rehearsal. They say it’s always good to learn a new language – here’s your chance. Music is a language!

All of our musical selections are arranged by Erica (choral arranger with Cypress Choral Music). Maybe you didn’t know that. Check out her publications here.

We are taking Zoom rehearsals up a notch!



Our theme for our spring concert is Walkin’ On Sunshine. Our Gala concert with special guests West my friend and Catherine Calder will take place May 15 at 3:00pm. Check out more details on our events page.


Caregivers are invited to attend a Zoom support group each Tuesday at 2:30pm.

Come and support one another, offer wisdom, learn from each other and meet others who are on a similar journey. A private Zoom link is sent out the day of the event.


How does an online choir work?

We use Zoom as our platform for online rehearsals. You’ll receive a link the morning of the rehearsal. You can click on that link to enter the rehearsal – it will look like “The Brady Bunch” boxes and you’ll be able to see each other. After we’ve greeted each other and caught up a little, we’ll mute the audio and our choir director will begin warm ups. We rehearse our parts and learn the music together – all in the comfort of our own homes.

I have never sung in a choir before. Is that a problem?

Not at all! Our professional choral conductor will help you find your voice! This is a non-auditioned choir – no one is turned away. You can speak with one of our choristers who said the same thing when they first started. Everyone has a voice.

Can I try a choir before committing?

If you are shy about attending a rehearsal, we would be happy to put you in touch with a person who is already singing in the choir. They can speak with you about their experience.

Can anyone join the choir?

Anyone can join the choir, but we encourage people to commit to the choir for a full year. An ongoing commitment to understanding and helping those with dementia and memory loss is a very important part of developing a caring community

Is there a fee for the choir?

Voices in Motion is a non-profit society. Its high-quality program includes a professional conductor/artistic director and a leadership team that offer an interactive and caring community far beyond the choral experience. Financial contributions of any amount help us maintain our program and expand our reach. We suggest a fee of $75.00 per choir term – if you are able. However, NO ONE is left out because of financial constraints. Everyone is welcome.

Will this choir benefit any individual who has memory loss?

It doesn’t matter where a person is at in their dementia journey. Many families have benefited from singing in a Voices in Motion choir. Feel free to attend a couple of rehearsals and see if it’s a good fit for you.

Do I have to be involved in the research?

You don’t have to be involved in the research – it is optional. We will always respect your decision if you opt out of the research aspect of the choir.

How can I best communicate and engage people with dementia?

At the beginning of every choir semester, we provide an information and orientation session to help you be informed about best practices. Our monthly newsletter also provides great information.