Whether you are a singer or instrumentalist download your parts, learn them and then join us as we raise our voices for Ocean Awareness!
On World Ocean’s Day June 8th, we are encouraging singers to gather and sing this 4-minute excerpt portion of the Introit from ‘The Celtic Mass for the Sea’ as a ‘Flash Mob’ event.
Join us in Halifax at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic wharf. We will gather around a display for the ‘Celtic Mass for the Sea’ and at 12:30pm we will ‘on mass’ perform an excerpt from the Introit.
Follow and contribute to the ‘Celtic Mass for the Sea’ World Ocean’s Day Flash Mob Group on Facebook.
Can’t be with us in Halifax……. you can plan your own ‘Celtic Mass for the Sea’ Flash Mob with your friends, where ever you live. Let us know when and where you will be having your World Ocean’s Day ‘Celtic Mass for the Sea’ Flash Mob then download your music and lets raise our voices across the miles for Ocean Awareness!
‘World Ocean Day’ was first proposed 20 years ago by the Government of Canada in 1992 at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro as a way to celebrate our world’s shared ocean and our personal connection to the sea, as well as to raise awareness about the crucial role the ocean plays in our lives and the important ways people can help protect it.
The UN now officially recognizes a resolution passed in December 2008, by the United Nations General Assembly World Oceans Day June 8th each year.