Experiencing unity at our January 10th Rehearsal

We celebrated our first Tucson Threshold choir rehearsal of 2012 catching up on news since our last gathering and taking turns receiving song in the center of our singing circle.  As recommended by our founder Kate Munger, we have a reclining chair that helps us to put ourselves into a receiving state of mind and into a similar position with those for whom we sing who are often in a bed or chair.

The Littleton, MA Threshold choir can be seen rehearsing in this way:

Our member C. is a songwriter, and we’ve had the privilege of debuting one of her pieces (“You Are Love”) in giving and receiving.  When singing to someone in the chair during rehearsal, or at the bedside, we aim for a sense of unity with that person and with each other to express comfort and support through our joined voices.  We all agreed that there was a particular sense of unity that permeated us when singing “You Are Love” this Tuesday, a wonderful beginning to the new year.  We are looking forward to the year ahead with its many possibilities.  Our rehearsals will continue to be the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month from 7:30-9 pm.

December Rehearsal

We talked at tonight’s rehearsal about taking a practice hiatus, so our next rehearsal will be January 10th (our regular second Tuesday).  Stay tuned for possible singing opportunities over the holidays.  Please comment here if you are interested.

Welcome to our Tucson Threshold Choir

We are so glad you are visiting our brand new home on the web!

Who are we, you ask?

We are a group of women who love to sing from our hearts.

We find great joy in combining our tones and melodic notes to soothe and restore.

We rehearse together so we may reach out to our community in song.

We sing at the bedside of people living and dying.

In essence: We celebrate life!