Sweet Adelines International shared our #WHYISING video, and we are so excited to get more #sweetadelines on board with our love of singing. We #GatewayGirls are thrilled for the share of our video on Sweet Adelines International and the chance to share with the entire organization, and the...more
In the July 2018 edition of the Region 26 newsletter, the Maple Leaf Rag, a number of #gatewaygirls were highlighted! They shared their take on their first competition experience and what it's like to be a Gateway Girl! ...more
We're back at rehearsal as of August 28th! We're looking forward to reconnecting after our summer adventures and digging into some new music right away. This is the perfect time to come back if you've been away, or to check us out if you've been waiting for a chance!
Gateway Chorus is on summer break! Join us for a rehearsal in September when we ramp up for the new year.
Gateway Chorus is thrilled to be back from Regional Competition 2018! We will return to Tuesday rehearsals on May 22 as we are spending the evening on May 15 celebrating our 2017-2018 year together and installing the new Management Team. Hope to see you May 22 at The Orange Hub!
“In many ways, this is one giant step in the right direction for the arts community and the city initiative of The Orange Hub to be a full-service art community space," said Cara Bedford Marketing Coordinator Gateway Chorus, “We are honored and privileged to be one of the first tenants in The...more
Have you been thinking about checking out Gateway Chorus? January 2018 is a great time to leap in! We'll be starting right back up with preparations for our trip to Surrey for Sweet Adelines International Region 26's annual competition, with Tuesday evening rehearsals at our new Orange Hub...more
Gateway Chorus is very excited to announce we have a new home! We are now based out of the Orange Hub, 10045 156 St NW, Edmonton, in room 186. We're looking forward to getting to know all our fellow tenants in this new non-profit space and helping to build the arts community in our city!... more
Singing is a 'bonding behaviour' letting adults make friends more easily, Oxford University research finds.
Researchers compared singers with adults doing other classes to see how quickly they bonded.
“Singing is found in all human societies and can be performed to some extent...more