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 May 2017 concert will address the more metaphorical aspects of our Hunger theme, and will include music about the hunger for basic human needs, such as food, housing, and companionship. This concert will give us the opportunity to program serious music about poverty and economic injustice. We will also touch on the topic of hope in the face of struggle: when people are hungry, lonely, and discouraged, they benefit from emotional food, including hope, to keep them going. Some of the songs on this program will be Famine Song, Fruits of the Selfless Heart, Bread and Roses, Hard Times, and There is a Light.

May 2017 Concert Dates:

May Concerts at First Parish Congregational Church in Saco with Voices Rising on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 7:30 pm and Sunday, May 7, 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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