We are devoted to providing Twin Cities and surrounding audiences with contemporary, ground-breaking, queer theatre. It includes integrated medical, dental and mental health clinics along with a pharmacy and dedicated social services that include food pantries, a legal program, and social work case management. Using children's literature to make schools safe and welcoming for all children and families. Provides safe and nurturing emergency shelter, short term housing, and support services for homeless youth; also coordinates an LGBTQ host home program ext.
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This Spring , our 5th Section is open to singing and non-singing members to participate in all One Voice programming. Check out the One Voice Calendar for dates and details. No audition is required and everyone is welcome! Change what you can! Click here to view One Voice's Fall - Spring season calendar. Our staff will be working remotely for the foreseeable future, and we will not be reachable by phone or voicemail.
Can you sing? The Twin City Harmonizers want to hear from you
Men of all ages are invited to participate in a 5-week program that includes free vocal lessons and culminates in two community Christmas show performances. Participants in the Sing for the Season program will get a taste of what long-time members already know — that singing, especially group singing, is good for you. It became clear to me that rehearsing and performing greatly helps to enhance one's alertness and mental ability," says Dave Litt, Guest Engagement Coordinator at the Twin City Harmonizers.
Singing a cappella harmony in 4-part barbershop style is our hobby and we really enjoy doing it! But we do MUCH more than that. Our singing styles can range from solemn spirituals, to vocal swing jazz, to up tempo Christmas arrangements. We never just stand on our risers and just sing Our show productions are always theatrical with movement and choreography.