SDWC is pleased to announce the hire of two new staff to the organization’s artistic and administrative team! Lara Korneychuk joins the artistic team as the new Assistant to the Artistic Director with nearly a decade of experience, and Meghan Grogan is the first hire in the newly created position of Assistant to the Board of Directors.
As Assistant to the Artistic Director, Lara Korneychuk will support our Artistic Director, Kathleen, in leading chorus rehearsals, supporting musicianship, and producing performances. Lara has held a similar role as Assistant Conductor for SACRA/PROFANA in San Diego since 2017 and she brings an … Read More
The San Diego Women’s Chorus, with mixed emotions, is announcing the departure Celeste Oram, after more than 4 years as our Assistant to the Artistic Director. We are sad that she will be stepping down from her position at the end of this season but proud of her accomplishments as she completes her PhD and focuses on her music in New Zealand, to which she recently returned. It has been our privilege and our pleasure to work with Celeste and she will be greatly missed. Her grace, charm, and talent have enhanced our experience and made us better singers, and … Read More
The San Diego Women’s Chorus would not be the organization that we are today without the vision and leadership of our beloved founder, Dr. Cynthia Lawrence. A long-time community activist, Cynthia established the chorus in 1987 with 14 members who sang around a piano in her living room.
In conjunction with Cynthia’s 81st birthday celebration, SDWC created a new fund- The Dr. Cynthia Lawrence Founder’s Fund – to honor her deep and lasting legacy. Launched with a generous $10,000 matching gift from two of Cynthia’s close friends, any contributions made to the Dr. Cynthia Lawrence Founder’s Fund will be … Read More
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New Member Info Session & OrientationSunday, August 19, 2018 at 4pm
Come learn more about joining the San Diego Women’s Chorus at our Fall 2018 New Member Info Session and Orientation! We invite you to add more singing to your life and consider joining us for our action-packed fun fall season! Our new member orientation meeting will be held on Sunday August 19th from 4-7pm at our rehearsal space in Mission Hills. SDWC is a non-audition chorus! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org!
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Interested new members must attend the New Member Orientation meeting to
RSVP to email@example.comSDWC’s Fall season starts in August and we will be accepting new members at that time. SDWC rehearses Sunday afternoons from 4:00 – 7:00pm at Mission Hills United Church of Christ (MHUCC): 4070 Jackdaw St, San Diego CA 92103.
SDWC’s New Member Orientation meeting will take place on Sunday August 20 at 4:00 at the MHUCC. (See address above). Interested new members need to attend this session to learn more about SDWC, our upcoming season preparing for our Fall Concert “Elements” the weekend
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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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