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The Monday Morning Singers began with six women gathered around the piano in a country home to sing- just for the fun of it! 

  photo: Ken Mulveney , Monday Morning Singers, 2018

photo: Ken Mulveney, Monday Morning Singers, 2018

Now, almost 20 years later, the choir has increased in size and skill, presents two concerts a year- at Christmas and in the Spring, and meets every Monday morning at St Paul’s Anglican Church in Uxbridge. 

The 35 to 40 singers come from communities all over Durham Region and beyond. There are no formal auditions. The choir is open to women of all ages who enjoy singing and are prepared to spend the time to learn, to practise, and to attend rehearsals and workshops. We believe that a love of singing, a willingness to learn and work as a group, plus inspired leadership, can create magic.

Our repertoire has evolved to include many genres, from favourite folk song arrangements to bigger choral pieces such as Antonio Vivaldi’s Gloriain 2016, John Rutter’s Dancing Dayin 2015, Vaughan Williams’ Folk Songs of the Four Seasonsin 2016, and Kim André Arnesen’s Magnificatin 2018.

The choir regularly invites guest musicians, storytellers, actors and dancers to join them to complement the program. We enjoy incorporating a variety of musical accompaniment – we have had harp, flute, cello, percussion, marimba, recorder, bass, violin, as well as organ and piano.

Over the years the choir has become a real community as we share the joy of making music together. We not only sing together but enjoy being together and have “meet and greet” for new members, pot luck lunches, and always a party after our concerts.

Anne Mizen has directed, guided, and developed the Monday Morning Singers since its beginning. The choir members respect, admire, and love Anne for the wonderful music she chooses, the diverse and eclectic programs she creates, but most of all for her patience and positive, supportive attitude.