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Restoring the National Negro Opera House in Honor of Mary Cardwell Dawson

Learn about Madame Mary Cardwell Dawson and the first Black opera company in the U.S. Chip in to support the restoration of the National Negro Opera House!

Race on the Path to Choral Conducting: Bridges into Barbershop

Jessie Caynon Oslan talks shop — barbershop, that is — about her experiences as a Black director and leader within the barbershop choral community.

Race on the Path to Choral Conducting: Systemic Oppression and Self-Individuation

An interview with choral conductor, Julien Benichou, on how racism manifests in the context of America’s structures and how self-individuation plays in.

Race on the Path to Choral Conducting: That Milky White Way

Early childhood experiences strongly influence the paths we choose. Could these opportunities differ depending on your race? We dig in more in this blog.

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Race on the Path of Choral Conducting: The Wings of a Black Woman

An interview with Roberta Laws, internationally acclaimed soprano and conductor of the North Carolina Central University Choir.

About the Black Voices Matter Pledge: An Interview with Alexander Lloyd Blake

We had the opportunity to catch up with Alexander Lloyd Blake, co-author of the Black Voices Matter pledge to learn more about the pledge.

Resources on Racial, Social, and Economic Equity and Justice in the Arts

A list of resources to help your choral organizations stay educated and take action on injustices and inequities in the arts.

Building Community Through Collaborations - Bridging Voices QSA Youth Chorus

The mission of Bridging Voices (Portland's first QSA Youth Chorus) is to build bridges, not walls, and to break down the foundations of homophobia and transphobia through visibility and diversity. One way they achieve this mission is through collaborations with like-minded organizations. Learn more!

What Does Accessibility Mean for Children's Choirs?

Founder and Managing Artistic Director of the Omaha Children's Choir, Amanda Stevenson, works to ensure that every child in Omaha has access to quality music education. Find out how she is making choir more accessible!

Nashville in Harmony and Major Minors Get the Chance of a Lifetime to Sing with Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato has been traveling across the country on her Tell Me You Love Me Tour picking up GALA Choruses and other LGBTQ+ choruses along the way to offer them a chance to sing on stage with her. Learn about this extraordinary experience from the Major Minors chorus and Nashville in Harmony!

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