Join the one world choir for immigrants!
We are very happy to announce that we got a grant from Ontario Trillium Foundation to put together a Choir for Immigrants.
Every Wednesday from 6:30 to 8 at the
Bronson Centre, 211 Bronson room 221
For more information contact :
World music percussion orchestra for children is a lot of fun!
WOFOMO in partnership with Confederation Court, Banff and Russell Heights Community Houses started 3 percussion bands for kids.
Instructor Alicia Borisonik is teaching kids in each community songs and rhythms from different parts of the world using a variety of percussion instruments.
The program started in October 2016 and will finish in June 2017 with a final concert.
What an amazing opportunity to learn about different instruments!
WOFOMO is a not for profit organization founded in 2013.
Our purpose is to deliver music performances, workshops and projects focused on world and folk music traditions.
We accept donations
community based african drumming program part 1
Teachers Zvondai Muchenje and Fana Soro offered African Drumming lessons to children in seven community houses: Pinecrest Terrace, Confederation Court, Banff Avenue,Lowertown, Rochester, Blair Court and Russell Heights.
The children performed at final concerts for each community.
Many musicians participated in the concerts:
Youth Marimba Band, Main Street Market Band, Catherine Veilleux and Kathy Armstrong with Baobab Tree.
Thanks to all of them!
Check the video:
CHOIR FOR NEW IMMIGRANT FAMILIES 2016 pilot project
WOFOMO in partnership with CCI (Catholic Centre for Immigrants) started a choir for new immigrants on Saturday April 2nd, 2016.
This activity was specially for families who are new to Canada and want to practice English in a different way, through singing.
We had volunteers who took care of the children.
What a great opportunity to meet other people and share experiences while learning.
Thanks to everybody involved in this project!