Do you love to sing? Do you like different kinds of music, from sacred to secular? Come join us Monday evenings at 6:30 P.M in the Fellowship Hall at the Presbyterian Church on Main Street in Brockway, PA.
We are a diverse group of about 35 – 40 members who love to sing. Most of us are amateurs, but some are trained singers. Our members range in age from high school to retirees, spanning about seven decades, under the directorship of Betsy Bond Dallaire.
Much of our support is from donations and local fund-raising activities.
Brockway Presbyterian Church
Dec 10-11, 2012 Program Book
Brockway Old Fashioned Fourth of July
Moorhead United Methodist Church
July 1, 2012
This Easter Cantata was presented to our community by the Village Voices and the Brockway Area Ministerium Program:
March 26, 27, 2012
Brockway area Village Voices celebrated a musical journey through Twentieth Century. Brockway with popular songs and stories about the community's prestigious past. The main character is a venerable resident of Brockway who entertains his grandchild with stories about the times that Brockway and surrounding areas flourished during the twentieth century. Culture, industry, religion, education, and patriotism make up some of the elements of this small but mighty town. The musical selections give flavor to these historical moments. The production was on August 27 and 28, 2010 in the social hall of the Brockway Presbyterian Church. This production is made possible through a grant from the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts.