A constituent group of the Eastport Arts Center, Quoddy Voices is a community chorus committed to providing singers of all experience levels the opportunity to work together to learn and present quality music from the many choral traditions. We strive to enrich the cultural life of our community by expanding the awareness and appreciation of choral music. Quoddy Voices was formed in 2014 by a dedicated group of singers hailing from a number of area towns, from Calais to Campobello. We welcome new members, regardless of experience level; no auditions are required. We present two programs each year. Join us, and enjoy making music with a wonderful group of people!
Kamiwan Luszcz-Santos has performed widely in the area as a soloist and with several ensembles, and accompanied the Washington Academy chorus for two years. Originally from Perry, she has studied with many teachers in the area, including several years with Gregory Biss. Most recently seen on the EAC stage as a member of the orchestra for the Passamaquoddy Bay Symphony Orchestra’s production of Brundibár, Luszcz-Santos is a a resident of Calais.
Quoddy Voices delights in presenting a stimulating variety of works from the many choral traditions and collaborating with other local musicians. Click here to view our offerings on past programs.