Listen to Rob Lindey's interview with Ismaila Alfa on CBC's Up to Speed as he talks about the choir in its 20th year and its impact on the community.
A group of singers from Rainbow Harmony Project will be performing in New York City Sunday, June 4, 2017 at the David Geffen Hall, in Lincoln Centre, New York City. Dr. Tim Seelig, the Artistic Director of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, will act as conductor and clinician for the residency for the performance of Portraits of Healing: Tyler's Suite and the Music of Ola Gjeilo.
Johanna Hildebrand, dedicates a song to Jean Baker and Sharon Colter on the celebration of their 50th Anniversary at the Many Gifts Concert, Saturday, December 10, 2016.
Choir’s changing membership may reflect shift in society
By Armande Martine on December 1, 2016
True to its name, the Rainbow Harmony Project (RHP) has been an inclusive choir from its inception and has evolved into quite a harmonious group of singers where gay, straight and transgendered folk make wonderful fun music.
Together, they create the type of sound on stage for which the RHP is known. It is a labour of love which all comes together after many practices and rehearsals not to mention the concerted effort of the many behind the scenes volunteer efforts of its inclusive Board.
Canadian Gay Curling Championships
RHP wishes every success to the Keystone Rainbow Curling League as they host the Canadian Gay Curling Championships this weekend.
Friday, February 12, 2016
Granite Curling Club, 22 Granite Way, Winnipeg, MB
About the Keystone Rainbow Curling League
- KRCL is an open (any gender combination) curling league in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, open to GLBTT* people and their allies, of all ages and curling abilities.
- Games are usually on Sunday afternoons at 1:30 with our season running from October to March or early April.
- Approximately 21 teams that play in three divisions, with teams sorted by skill level.