The choir known as Hamilton’s voices is planning a day-long event to share music with its city.
Musicata, the twenty-voice chamber choir welcomes Hamiltonians of all ages to the Church of the Ascension on Forest Avenue in the lower city for an afternoon and evening that features a variety of different musical performances on April 15. Performances start at noon and will finish around 8pm.
Performers run the gamut of musical genres, from classical (provided by Musicata themselves and their prior namesake John Laing), to the Niagara-based hard rock band Stone Blind, to musical theatre provided by Emerson Arts; to the blues stylings of Alfie Smith, pianist Joseph Arevalo, singer-songwriter Will Gillespie and more.
Tickets are $20 each, or $130 for a table of 8. Children under 14 are free. The proceeds from the event will go to support Musicata.