Echoes of Peace Choir

Fall 2021

In person (September 14 only) and Zoom (Sept 21-Nov 16): Tuesdays 6:30-7:30PM CST
September 14th we will meet OUTDOORS under the canopy tent in the back parking lot at Peace Church, 1111 E 11th Street, We ask that you wear a mask when we are gathered under the canopy.

Schedule Note: We will not meet Nov 2 (Election Day). 

Zoom gatherings will meet weekly on Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30pm, beginning September 21st thru November 16 (with the exception of no meeting on Election Day, Nov 2).

REGISTER HERE for the Fall 2021 choir session.


Membership Support: You decide what amount to contribute! Click below or mail to Echoes of Peace/PO Box 3076
Duluth, MN 55803

“Sing because it is food this starving world needs.” —Hafiz

At the heart of the Echoes of Peace organization is a choir. We sing songs from around the world, songs that call for justice and vision peace, songs of hope and longing, and songs that are simply fun and full of celebration. We come together to sing in harmony as a means of personal, local and global transformation. We sing to open the heart and re-enchant the spirit.

Our choir is a non-audition community singing group where anyone with a desire to sing is welcome to join in the chorus. No previous singing or music reading experience required. Echoes of Peace Choir is a member of the Ubuntu Choirs Network, a “growing community of choirs who believes that the joy of singing is a universal birthright, and that together, regardless of musical background, we can help improve the world by joining voices in song.” Based in the Twin Ports of Duluth, MN/Superior, WI,  the choir is directed by singer-songwriter Sara Thomsen. Sara is a graduate of the Ubuntu Network's Community Choir Leadership Training

New members and visitors always welcome!
"To My Old Brown Earth" by Pete Seeger, arrangement by Paul Halley performed by Echoes of Peace Choir at Sacred Heart Music Center, Duluth, MN.
Echoes of Peace Choir @ Duluth City Councill

Sara and Echoes of Peace Choir singing at the Duluth City Council Meeting this past Monday after being presented with the Duluth Dinstinguished Artists Award! Thanks to John Doberstein for the clip! (Song is "We Let It Be" (by Rickie Byars Beckwith).

Posted by Echoes of Peace Choir on Thursday, October 1, 2015
Sara and the Choir receive Duluth Distinguished Artists Award from City Council. September 28, 2015
Ubuntu Choirs Network Member

Ubuntu Choirs Network Member