Sing-Ins

Dartmouth Events

Sing-Ins

The Sing-Ins are a chance to learn the music of social movements in America, to sing them with others who enjoy making music, and to discuss the questions that such music raises.

Friday, January 25, 2019
5:00pm-6:30pm
Paddock Music Library, Hopkins Center
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Arts, Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, Performances

Join us every Friday evening from 5-6:30PM during the month of January for the Sing-Ins in the Paddock Music Library. You do not need to be an experienced or "good" singer to participate. Our motto is, "If you can talk, you can sing!" The Sing-Ins are a chance to learn the music of social movements in America, to sing them with others who enjoy making music, and to discuss the questions that such music raises. For the past two years, these events have taught the songs of the civil rights movement of the 1960s. This year, we take a look at labor movements in America, with parallels related to race, class, and gender. Themes for each week this year are:


January 25th
Classic Union Songs, Strike and protest songs from mining and labor movements
*Working Class Hero by John Lennon
*Sixteen Tons by Tennessee Ernie Ford
*The Soup Song by Maurice Sugar
*Get Thee Behind Me, Satan by the Almanac Singers
*If I Had a Hammer by Pete Seege

For more information, contact:
Memory Apata
603-646-3234

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.