The Coastal Sounds Choir Association is a non-profit choral organization based in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador.

The mission of the Coastal Sounds Choir Association is to promote choral singing in Conception Bay South and surrounding areas by offering a variety of singing opportunities to the community. Our belief is that everyone can sing and that sharing song with others is good for the body, mind and soul! We hope you will consider joining one or more of our projects and we look forward to seeing you soon.

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SINGING AGAIN!! (Did that just happen??)
Initially foreign to gather, but then instantly thrilling.
Thank you Performance Group participants!
It was SO good to be with you IN PERSON!

This was a group favourite, Rise Again by the Rankin Family.
Rehearsal took place at Bowring Park.
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You sound amazing. You are amazing.

Sooooooo beautiful,

Absolutely gorgeous ❤️

Beautiful.

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📣 ANNOUNCING our THIRD confirmed workshop... led by Leigh Ann Ryan, Artistic Director of the NL Deaf Choir. Leigh Ann is thrilled to collaborate with us! The NL Deaf Choir is about the beauty of ASL (American Sign Language) in musical expression, and very much about spreading awareness, education and empowerment. We look forward to an opportunity to learn how others make music together in this community and plan to learn some simple ASL music together. Please learn more about the Newfoundland and Labrador Association for the Deaf here www.nlad.org/.

[We are planning various workshops for the offline portion of our programming this Fall and are excited to partner with local musicians, artists and other professionals to offer our registrants some unique and enriching experiences! Learn more and register here until Oct. 2: www.coastalsounds.ca/fall-2020-program/]
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📣  ANNOUNCING our THIRD confirmed workshop... led by Leigh Ann Ryan, Artistic Director of the NL Deaf Choir. Leigh Ann is thrilled to collaborate with us! The NL Deaf Choir is about the beauty of ASL (American Sign Language) in musical expression, and very much about spreading awareness, education and empowerment. We look forward to an opportunity to learn how others make music together in this community and plan to learn some simple ASL music together. Please learn more about the Newfoundland and Labrador Association for the Deaf here http://www.nlad.org/.

[We are planning various workshops for the offline portion of our programming this Fall and are excited to partner with local musicians, artists and other professionals to offer our registrants some unique and enriching experiences! Learn more and register here until Oct. 2: https://www.coastalsounds.ca/fall-2020-program/]

📣 ANNOUNCING our SECOND confirmed workshop... led by Dr. George Miminis - MUN professor and musician with The Forgotten Bouzouki. As a member of the Greek community, George will enlighten us about Greek culture, music and history, and will also perform for us. We hope to learn a little bit of Greek to sing with him too!
www.fredsrecords.com/site/shop/the-forgotten-bouzouki-the-forgotten-bouzouki/
thescope.ca/people/george-miminis

[We are planning various workshops for the offline portion of our programming this Fall and are excited to partner with local musicians, artists and other professionals to offer our registrants some unique and enriching experiences! Learn more and register here until Oct. 2: www.coastalsounds.ca/fall-2020-program/]
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📣  ANNOUNCING our SECOND confirmed workshop... led by Dr. George Miminis - MUN professor and musician with The Forgotten Bouzouki. As a member of the Greek community, George will enlighten us about Greek culture, music and history, and will also perform for us. We hope to learn a little bit of Greek to sing with him too! 
http://www.fredsrecords.com/site/shop/the-forgotten-bouzouki-the-forgotten-bouzouki/
http://thescope.ca/people/george-miminis

[We are planning various workshops for the offline portion of our programming this Fall and are excited to partner with local musicians, artists and other professionals to offer our registrants some unique and enriching experiences! Learn more and register here until Oct. 2: https://www.coastalsounds.ca/fall-2020-program/]
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