A unique musical experience offered by the Augustana Campus of the University of Alberta and Camrose Association for Community Living.
SingAble is a community inclusion choir for singers of all abilities and levels of experience. Individuals drawn from all ages and stages of life with a desire to experience the wondrous benefits of music and singing are warmly welcomed to freely express themselves and discover their unique voices through some new and popular songs drawn from traditional, folk and contemporary styles.
SingAble Camrose is an inclusion community choir for singers of all abilities and levels of experience. The goal is to provide all community members, including those with disabilities and exceptionalities, the opportunity to explore and express their musical talents in a meaningful and rewarding way.
SingAble provides all members, including those who may have disabilities and exceptionalities, with the opportunity to explore music and express themselves in a meaningful and rewarding way. SingAble creates a warm and welcoming environment to all, regardless of experience, ability, background, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status. With the knowledge that communities are naturally strengthen when diverse groups are brought together through music, the University of Alberta Augustana Campus and the Camrose Association for Community Living are delighted to collaborate SingAble and build strong relationships within the rich musical community in Camrose and beyond.
For Winter 2021, SingAble will meet virtually between 7:00 and 8:00 pm every Tuesday night from February 1 to April 20. Facilitated by undergraduate university students and pianist, Dr. Roger Admiral, SingAble is directed by Associate Professor, Dr. Ardelle Ries, a passionate choral director, advocate forand researcher of multi-generational and inclusion singing.
For more information please contact the CAFCL office at 780-672-0257. We look forward to joyful singing with SingAble.