At their weekly meeting on Dec 26th, the RMA will skip the guest speaker and instead feature a performance by the Angel Choir.
The choral performance is conducted by musical director Pamela Kuhn.
The event is December 26, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. At Parish Hall, Christ Church, 254 E. Putnam Avenue, Greenwich.
The Angel Choir is a singing group dedicated to cancer patients, survivors, and their families and friends. They use music to experience joy, for restorative healing, and as a means of reviving the spirit. Under the direction of its founder and director Pamela Kuhn, the choir will perform selections from their repertoire, including holiday songs and Christmas carols. The public is invited and all are encouraged to join in the singing.
The central theme for the group is “Encouragement!” The act of singing is a visceral experience combining the power of the voice, mind, body, and spirit. Working with cancer patients through music is a humbling experience. It provides an opportunity for members of the choir to “give back” by supporting everyone who comes to sing while remembering the people we have lost.
Musical director Ms. Kuhn is a professional singer and voice teacher. After earning her master’s degree at the University of Southern California, she performed in London for twenty years. She has sung in opera houses and recital halls in Vienna, London, Venice, Paris, and cities across America. She is a coach to many professional singers, who perform in a variety of musical genres from opera to rock and roll. She is also a choral director, conducting the MasterSingers of Greenwich and the Silvertones at the Greenwich Senior Center. On her local radio program, “Center Stage with Pamela Kuhn” on WGCH Tuesday mornings at 9AM, she interviews a variety of individuals on aspects of music and the arts.
Kuhn takes particular pride in the Angel Choir, the singing group devoted to cancer patients, survivors, and their family members.