Spirit Singers is a non-auditioned choral ensemble of U of T students who celebrate diversity and foster interfaith intercultural understanding through song. The repertoire of the Spirit Singers reflects a wide variety of world views and affirm our common humanity in the quest for peace and justice.
This year, the Spirit Singers are hosting a weekly drop-in activity called Social Justice Music Workshop, facilitated by Isabel Bernus, Musical Director of the Spirit Singers.
Each week, the group explores songs from various traditions of world music and from different ethnic communities and faiths, including guest performances exploring topics such as advocating against anti-Black racism and addressing climate change through the power of musical performance.
New singers are welcome!
Program EligibilityAll undergraduate and graduate students
How The Program Works
This is a drop-in activity. The group meets Monday evenings over Zoom from 7 – 8 p.m.
Attend one workshop in your topic of interest or all workshops! Topics change weekly and will be announced in January 2021.
Register for upcoming sessions on CLNx through the links below. All times are Eastern Standard Time (EST).