The over-arching theme for Women in Harmony's 2016-2017 concert season is Hunger. This broad subject will be addressed both literally and metaphorically in our two concerts. Our January 2017 concert, "Common as Bread," will focus on the more literal aspects of Hunger, including pieces about such topics as local food systems, sustainable agriculture, gardening, and farming. This concert will also include a set of both serious and light-hearted songs about food itself, such as Chocolate, Chili Con Carne, and Everybody Eats When They Come to My House.

January 2017 Concert Dates:

January Concerts at Woodford's Congregational Church on Friday, January 20, 2017 at 7:30 pm and Saturday, January 21, 2017 at 4:00 pm.


We can't wait to bring you our 2017 season of music.

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Spring 2012 Concert:

"Sky Dances" with
Portland School Ballet Corps.

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Chorus membership is full for our Fall 2016 concert cycle but now is the time to get on the waiting list for Spring or Fall 2017. If you are interested in joining Women in Harmony, you must contact the Membership Team at memberswihmaine@gwi.net. In reply, you will receive additional information about WiH membership and your name will be placed on a waiting list. Please check your spam folder by subject for your reply, as the reply email will not be from the gwi.net address, but rather a gmail address.

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