She Sings

Current Season

Ain’t No Sunshine choral concert


Saturday April 6, 2024, 7:30 PM, Chalmers United Church, Kingston Ontario, 212 Barrie St.

She Sings! Women’s Choir presents a perfect warmup for the upcoming total solar eclipse in Kingston, Ontario. As we sing about the sun, moon, stars and skies, we will be joined by the well-known Dave Barton Trio. Guest speaker Professor Emeritus, Dr. Martin Duncan from the Queen’s Astronomy Dept. will share spectacular celestial images and provide tantalizing tales of our awe-inspiring universe.

The celestial songs to be performed include Blue Skies, Stormy Weather, the heavenly choral work Sure on this Shining Light, Dolly Parton’s “Light of a Clear Blue Morning”, and of course, Bill Wither’s “Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone”. Tickets available from choir members or through eventbrite. Limited tickets available at the door.



Saturday, December 2, 2023, 7:30 PM The Spire, Kingston, ON

She Sings! will have the Dave Barton Trio as our special guest in a memorable evening of old and new jazz favourites.  Dave Barton is a jazz guitarist, arranger, and composer who has been featured at the Prince Edward County Jazz Festival and whose works have been performed by the Toronto Jazz Orchestra, the Greg Runions Big Band, BrassWerks, and the Queen’s University Jazz Ensemble.  Georgia on My Mind, Fly Me to the Moon, Stormy Weather, and a couple of Dave Barton jazz choral arrangements/compositions will open the show.  The second half will take us into the upcoming holiday season and include I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm; Christmas Time Is Here; and Hodie Alleluia by Kingston composer Mark Sirett.  You won’t want to miss this jazzy start to the holiday season!



Saturday, May 13, 2023, 7:30 PM, Chalmers United Church, Kingston, ON

TICKETS: Adults: $25, Students: $15, Under 12, Free

Moonlight, Music & Dance will feature special guest artists: Jan Le Clair, accordion, Karma Tomm, violin, Brant Peppley, bass/guitar and Keith Barstow, drums. The concert will be an eclectic and entertaining evening of music including choral favourites, songs by Irving Berlin, Abba, Michael Buble, Whitney Houston, Cindy Lauper, popular Latin numbers and even “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from Encanto! You won’t want to miss this exciting musical event with She Sings!

Christmas Concert


She Sings! and BrassWerks will join forces to kick off the holiday season with CHRISTMAS FANFARE, a joyful choral and brass concert.  This exciting holiday musical event will be held on Saturday, December 7th, 2019, 7:30 PM at The Spire in Kingston Ontario with The Kingston Youth Choir as their special guests. 

Tickets: Adult: $25, Student: $15, Under 12: No Charge 

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Thank You For the Music


Thank You For the Music Saturday, April 13, 2019, 7:30 PMPerforming fan favorites…with the expressive vocal stylings of tenor Darrell Bryan and the evocative accordion of Jan Le Clair.  New premieres by composer/pianist Ian Wong and composer/conductor Martha Hill Duncan.

Tickets: Adult: $20, Student: 15, Under 12, No Charge 

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Songs From the Heart


“February 10th, 2019  2:30 pm: ‘TRINITY PRESENTS’ brings you“SONGS FROM THE HEART”, featuring She Sings! Women’s Choir with conductor Martha Hill Duncan, and the Kingston Youth Choir under the direction of Emily McPherson.  A little jazz, a little Broadway, a little gospel…something for everyone!.  Adults $20, students $10, children under 12 – free. Venue: Trinity United ChurchNapanee, ON.  Proceeds to support community outreach.  Tickets are available in Napanee at Ellena’s Cafe, Gray’s IDA, the church office (613-354-3858), or from choir members. 

Merry Christmas…and All That Jazz


She Sings! Women’s Choir, directed by Martha Hill Duncan, will kick off the holiday season with a jazzy Christmas concert featuring The Hannah Barstow Trio and The Kingston Youth Choir on Saturday, December 1, 2018, 7:30 PM at The Spire in Kingston, Ontario. You’ll hear many Christmas and seasonal favourites, along with a few surprises. This exciting musical evening will also include an original jazz choral piece written especially for She Sings! by Hannah Barstow, the 2015 winner of the U of T Jazz Arranging Prize and The Oscar Peterson Grant for Jazz Performance. The Kingston Youth Choir, directed by Emily McPherson, will add their enthusiastic voices to this special evening. Tickets: Adults $25, Students: $15, and children under 12 are free.

Wanting Memories


Join She Sings! and special guests – Soprano, Molly Luhta,  Kingston Youth Choir and The Odessa Children’s Choir on Sunday, May 6th for an afternoon of making musical memories in support of the Alzheimer Society.  Songs from the “war’ years, a touch of Abba, music from Rent, a stunning choral and solo rendition of Somewhere Over the Rainbow and two premieres by local Kingston composers Martha Hill Duncan and Val Hamilton are just a few of the musical memories we’ll be performing. We hope to see you there!

To Canada, With Love


On Saturday, November 18th, 2017, 7:30pm at Sydenham Street United Church (82 Sydenham St.) the She Sings! women’s choir is proud to present an evening dedicated to the country we love, in this milestone year. Happy 150th Canada! We are excited to share the stage with Eccentric Vocal Ensemble (EVE), the Kingston Youth Choir, and our special guest, Kelli Trottier. Kelli is an internationally acclaimed fiddler, singer, and stepdancer. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 dollars for students. They will be available for sale on, at Brian’s Record Option (381 Princess St.) and at Long & McQuade Music (1057 Midland Ave.). We hope to see you there, helping us celebrate!

Off the Charts


On Sunday, March 26, 2017, 2:30 PM at Chalmers United Church, 212 Barrie St. in Kingston, ON, The Frontenac Women’s Chorus will join She Sings! in a concert entitled Off the Charts, Celebrating Women of Song. A Portion of the proceeds will benefit The Danielle Duchesneau Fund through Kingston Interval House.  Special guests include The Caledonias, Brant Peppley, bassist and Keith Barstow, jazz drummer.  $20/Adults, $15/Students, 10 & under free.  Tickets available at the door and through choir members.