The Victory Chorus back performing after a nearly three year hiatus

After an almost two and a half year hiatus, the Victory Chorus is back performing concerts once again.

Sunday the group gathered at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Duluth to perform their the celebration of the completion of its fall season concert.

“Being back together is so wonderful for the people involved and also just for the program”, says Program Director Candy Winkler.

Victory chorus is composed of people living with dementia, their care partners, loved ones, and volunteer singers. All of whom are excited to be singing as a group again.

Winkler says they were able to make it through the past couple years thanks to the Victory fund.

She says, “They supported us throughout the pandemic, kept us going at a minimal level at least so we could keep people engaged. So in September when we could start to sing together again we were set to go.”

Victory chorus’s main goal is to improve the social lives of those living with dementia.

To find out more on how you can support the chorus you can visit their website here.