Please scroll down to read a message from the San Diego Women’s Chorus about COVID-19 and the cancellation of upcoming events.
The San Diego Women’s Chorus (SDWC) is a lesbian-identified, feminist sisterhood of musicians that welcomes members and volunteers from the vastly diverse LGBTQ and straight-ally communities. Founded in 1987 by community activist Cynthia Lawrence-Wallace, SDWC has grown from a group of 14 lesbians gathered around a piano in a private home to a thriving community with over 150 members who believe in the power of music and the power of women. For over 30 years, SDWC has provided a safe space that encourages women’s creativity, celebrates diversity, and inspires social action….
Due to COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the events in our Spring 2020 Season: our “Songbook” Cabaret originally scheduled for April 4 and our June 27-28 joint concert with the San Diego Chorus of Sweet Adelines, “Legacy.” We know this is disappointing news- we grieve for the loss of our ability to come together to share music with each other and to share the meaningful programming we put together.
At the same time, these moments provide an opportunity for us to live our shared values and prioritize the health and well-being of our Chorus family and community at large.
We look forward to sharing the rescheduled dates for these events with you once they are finalized.
Thank you for your support and understanding.