Enharmony is a group of performers who are selected on their ability to bring their individuality and voices together and blend into one sound. Their name is a reference to two notes in music which have different names but sound the same, defines this ensemble perfectly. These young people have extensive knowledge of dance, musical instruments, voice and drama. They have performed with R&B singer Flo, on her anti-bullying song "Hateless"; at the Manitoba Hero's Gala; for the Breast Cancer Night of Honor Dinner; with Winnipeg's Ecco Singers; with the Assunte Children's Choir from Uganda; at the Juno Awards in Winnipeg as backup to Classified and Serena Ryder; and at Lincoln Centre in New York City performing "I Believe".
Eight members of the ensemble will work with the girls this summer in dance, theatre and song - and ensure that the girls are having fun while learning! They will also make a special performance at camp for all the girls and staff!
We are delighted to have them at camp and know they will be a wonderful addition to 'Exploring the Arts'.