As we approach our 30th Anniversary Concert next month, we are more grateful than ever for the support we receive from YOU in various ways! Would you like to go beyond your concert ticket purchase? We invite you to support SDWC through advertising, sharing a special dedication in the program, becoming an individual donor, or joining our growing list of corporate sponsors! There is still time to be recognized in our Reflections Program Book! April 14 is the deadline for ad sales, dedications, program book recognition for donors and sponsors!
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We are pleased to announce the launch of the new San Diego Women’s Chorus (SDWC) website in February 2017! The new website has many new features including the ability to donate online (coming soon), responsive mobile technology which enhances your experience when viewing the website on mobile devices, easy-to-navigate menu, and a blog where you can check back for periodic updates on SDWC events and happenings.
Please take the time to explore the new website and let us know what you think!
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SDWC is proud to announce REFLECTIONS – Looking Back at Our First 30 Years!
ONE WEEKEND ONLY! May 6 at 3:00 and 7:30pm and May 7 at 4pm
Join us on as SDWC celebrates its 30th Anniversary with Reflections: Looking Back on Our First 30 Years, a retrospective concert highlighting favorite songs from its rich performance history. Since 1987, San Diego Women’s Chorus has raised voices in song while providing a safe space that encourages women’s creativity, celebrates diversity, and inspires social action.
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Beautiful words shared from a singer from Resonance Women’s Chorus of Boulder: “Sometimes in band or choir, music requires players or singers to hold a note longer than they actually can hold a note. A 4-bar low G….. a long aria. In those cases, we were taught to mindfully stagger when we took a breath so the sound appeared uninterrupted. Everyone got to breathe, and the music stayed strong and vibrant.
Yesterday, I read an article that suggested the administration’s litany of bad executive orders (more expected on LGBTQ next week) is a way of giving us “protest fatigue” – … Read More