We typically perform once a year. Some of our latest concerts are listed below. As you can see, there's something for everyone, both young and old alike!
Rise, March 2017

Sound & Spirit is performing their 10th concert on March 10 at 7pm, 11th at 7pm, and 12th at 3pm, hosted by Walnut Hill School for the Arts. “Rise” will inspire and engage every generation just like our 110 members who range in age from 8 to 80+. From music to thoughtful choreography, through visual arts and the spoken word, the choir presents a show sure to stir the soul, invigorate the mind and animate the spirit as they sing their way through rallying songs of revolution and perseverance, encouraging the spirit to RISE! The concert spotlights songs from the box office hit Hamilton and enlivening “message” songs like Shrek the Musical’s “Freak Flag” that boisterously proclaim “what makes us special, makes us strong”.  The program features a wide variety of genres from Broadway to Choral songs and contemporary selections, that range from a large choral adaption of Morricone’s Gabriel’s Oboe called “Angele Dei” to Bob Dylan classic, “Blowin in the Wind” and bridging to contemporary reggae artist Matisyahu’s “One Day”. Invigorating numbers like “I Sing the Body Electric” and “Pride: In the Name of Love” as well as “Do You Hear the People Sing” will also inspire you and have you singing along. RISE sings its way though the historical struggle for freedom, equality and liberty, expressing a hope for an end of violence and the realization of a new era of peace and understanding.
That's Entertainment, June 2016

Sound & Spirit, a multigenerational performance choir based in Natick, is excited to announce two performances at the Sorenson Center on Babson College's Wellesley campus on Saturday, June 4 at 7pm and Sunday, June 5 at 2 pm. “That's Entertainment” will delight every generation just like the 100 Sound & Spirit members, aged 8 to 90+ who make up the multigenerational performance choir. From music to thoughtful choreography and visual arts elements, the group pays homage to the entertainment industry with  classic broadway tunes, catchy television theme songs, and a tribute to Mary Poppins. Featuring favorites like “One” and “Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat”; contemporary songs like “The Hanging Tree” and “Falling Slowly”; a trip down memory lane with a medley of television theme songs that will have you singing along; and a crowd-pleasing Disney tune performed by our youngest members, “I Just Can't Wait to be King.”  We are also honored to highlight the great works of "Ben Speaks" as our charitable outreach feature.  
For Seasons, January 2016

Take a Journey through the Seasons with Sound & Spirit!  “For Seasons” will delight every generation just like the 100 Sound & Spirit members, aged 8 to 80+, who make up the multigenerational performance choir. From music to thoughtful choreography and visual arts elements, the group takes the audience on a journey through the seasons - winter, spring, summer and fall. Featuring favorites like “Singing in the Rain” and “Summertime”; contemporary songs like “Bridge Over Troubled Water” and “Wagon Wheel”; a large choral rendition of Vivaldi’s “Gloria”; and crowd-pleasing numbers from our teens and kids, “Summer Nights” from Grease and Frozen’s loveable snowman Olaf’s “In Summer.” 
An American Journey, May 2015

An American Journey” will delight every generation just like our 108 members who range in age from 8 to 80+. From music to thoughtful choreography and visual arts elements, the choir presents a show that will bring to life the joyful, tearful and triumphant stories of our country’s history as they sing their way across America. Featuring geographical numbers like “New York, New York” and “Good Morning Baltimore”; a rousing medley of soldier’s tunes; a story of a young girl’s hopes and dreams as she passes through Ellis Island; contemporary songs like Bruce Springsteen’s “My City of Ruins” and John Cougar Mellencamp’s “Little Pink Houses”; an epic guitar jam nod to John Denver; and a large choral rendition of the Battle Hymn of the Republic; “An American Journey” chronicles the historical struggle for freedom, equality, and liberty in the United States—a dream come true—while reminding us how much work remains to protect and extend that dream now and in the future.
Villains ... So Bad, It's Good, January 2015

From music to thoughtful choreography and visual arts elements, this is not just your average concert; it's a treat for the eye and a feast for the soul! Featuring big choral numbers like Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" and Gilbert & Sullivan's "With Cat Like Tread", to a fully-staged and choreographed rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”, to the lighter but equally entertaining musical fare of Little Shop of Horrors, to Garth Brooks’ familiar “Friends in Low Places”, and classics from Annie and Wicked, Sound & Spirit puts on a show that is villainous good fun for everyone.
Songs for the Earth, June 2014

"Songs for the Earth” is presented in celebration of the environmental outreach of a wonderful organization in Natick led by Pat Conaway, Big Heart Little Feet. Some featured songs include: Let the River Run, Ain't No Mountain High Enough, Blue Skies, Let it Go, Black water, Heal the World and When I'm Gone (the Cups song).
Go Light Your World, January 2014

"Go Light Your World” borrowed its inspiration from James Taylor’s“Shed a Little Light,” a song that honors Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr.—just in time for the holiday named for him. The performance was a fun ride from beginning to end for an audience of all ages with thoughtful choreography, moving naturally from a large choral sing, to a soulful solo, to a catchy kids’ tune, to an inspiring teen number."Go Light Your World" also featured Broadway hits from Hair and Godspell, classic rock from The Allman Brothers and Coldplay, pop music from “Glee” and Colby Collait, as well as throwbacks such as“Glow Worm” and “Would You Like to Swing on a Star.”