Eagan Women of Note provides choral opportunities to women and shares music with the community. Our goal as a dedicated, artistic, quality choir is to bring our love of singing to the community, inspiring audience members through music.
Eagan Women of Note to Begin Their New 2020-2021 Season!
The Eagan of Women of Note, a 55-member community choir in the southeast Twin Cities suburbs, has been inspired to reconvene in a safe, remote way that will keep members musically connected to the community and each other. While COVID-19 prevented concerts and sing-outs at the end of their 2019-2020 season, the choir now plans to rehearse together this Fall in small groups online, record one song per month, and send “virtual choir” videos to our Community Engagement Partners. “Keeping EWON members connected through a digital-only season will be a lifeline during this pandemic, especially in winter,” says director Taylor Quinn, who has led the choir for the past eight years and worked closely with its volunteer board of directors in shaping the virtual season. EWON welcomes returning members, alumnae, and singers temporarily displaced from their own choirs to join their virtual fall season. For more information on joining, requesting a performance, or supporting EWON, please visit eaganwomenofnote.org or follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
May 17th, 2020 the Eagan Women of Note would've performed our 20th Anniversary concert, but we had to postpone it. This song was planned to be the last EWON sang for the event. Having invited alumnae to join us, it was to serve as the end cap to a celebratory performance and as a benediction to all who listened. Today, although we cannot sing in-person, we sing together at home through this virtual choir. As you watch and listen, will you celebrate with us 20 years of singing together as women and giving music to our community? Here's to song!
Accompanist: Bobby RagoonananDirector: Taylor Quinn
by Allister MacGillvrayVocals arr. Diane LoomerPiano arr. Larry NickelsPublished by Cypress Choral Music 2009https://cypresschoral.com/
Thank you, Larry Nickels, for giving us permission to create this virtual choir.