The Hong Kong Women's Choir presents: Soul Sisters

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The Hong Kong Women’s Choir (THKWC), a registered charity comprised of local and international women who Sing for Good Cause, will be getting their groove on with this Soul Sister Spring concert at Grappa’s Cellar.

The choir is made up of two sister groups: NOVA, the core group of singers performing a cantata, to accompaniment (by a band), and Grace Notes, who sing a cappella (unaccompanied). Together, they personify the belief that music can inspire, delight, and even heal the human soul.

The show will feature choreographed hit tunes such as “Heard it Through the Grapevine”, “Dancing in the Street”, and “Stop! In the Name of Love”. Tickets include a 3-course dinner (at shared tables). There will be a Lucky Draw for some fortunate concert-goers to win some great prizes, all while contributing to good causes. The venue capacity is only 120, so you will want to buy your tickets early!



The Hong Kong Women’s Choir is passionate about helping those less fortunate in our community and aims for our concerts to both raise funds for and increase awareness of their needs. This year the choirs’ efforts will benefit two good causes.  


Bring Me a Book Hong Kong is the leading advocate for family literacy in Hong Kong today, facilitating access to quality children’s books, nurturing their passion for reading, and empowering parents and educators to read aloud for future success in school and life.


The Sisters of the Good Shepherdis an international group of women dedicated to promoting the welfare of women and girls, especially those at risk.  The aim is to donate funds raised for our concerts to go towards the purchase of instruments so that the facility residents have opportunities to heal and thrive through music.


Recent charities that have benefited from our efforts include Foodlink Foundation Limited, Sunshine Action, Silence, Harmony House, Children's Cancer Foundation, The Home of Loving Faithfulness, Against Child Abuse, and Suicide Prevention Services, among many others.