Category Archives: Community

SDWC and Superstar Demi Lovato Share the Stage!

Fresh off the high of an exhilarating performance at the California Democrats State Convention the day before, on Monday February 26th, an ensemble from SDWC had the opportunity to participate in what was arguably one of SDWC’s most coolest community gigs to date: performing on stage with  Grammy-Nominated superstar Demi Lovato at Viejas Arena for 2 songs in the kick-off concert for her Tell Me You Love Me Tour. 20 members of SDWC joined Demi on stage for her smash hit anthem “Sorry Not Sorry” and the powerful, soulful “Tell Me You Love Me.” We also shared the stage with … Read More

San Diego Women’s Chorus to Perform at Distinguished California Democratic Party State Convention

San Diego Women’s Chorus to Perform at Distinguished  California Democratic Party State Convention

The performance aims to inspire social action at the commencement of the convention’s general session on Sunday, February 25, 2018 in San Diego, California

San Diego, CA, February 23, 2018 — The San Diego Women’s Chorus (SDWC), San Diego’s acclaimed women’s community chorus that welcomes members from the vastly diverse LGBTQ and straight-ally communities, announced today that they have been invited to perform at the California Democratic Party State Convention, a prestigious gathering of leading political figures in the California Democratic Party. The convention’s purpose is to Read More

Beautiful words shared from a singer from Resonance Women’s Chorus of Boulder

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