Ron Klusmeier's Tour of a Lifetime
Cross-Canada Tour from August 2012 - June 2013
Throughout his 41-year career as a church musician and composer, Ron Klusmeier has toured across Canada multiple times, sharing music that inspires and moves people to action.
Now, as he prepares to retire, he will do one final tour—a “Tour of a Lifetime”—on behalf of Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
Click here for an itinerary.
During the tour, which starts in August 2012 and continues through to June 2013, Ron will perform and offer workshops on music, teaming with volunteer choirs at almost 200 churches from B.C. to the Maritimes. His wife, Christina, will lead workshops on the use of technology in worship.
A significant portion of ticket sales for each concert will be donated to the Foodgrains Bank; concert-goers will also be given an opportunity to fill out a card addressed to the Prime Minister, asking him to remember the needs of the world’s hungry when allocating Canada’s resources.
“Our goal is to use music to raise money for the Foodgrains Bank, and also raise awareness about the millions who don’t have enough to eat,” says Ron. “We want to use this tour to inspire people to help those who are hungry.”
Don’t miss this final opportunity to hear Ron play and lead his music, and hear his “stories from the journey!”
The tour of a lifetime is being done in partnership with the United Church Observer