Chorosynthesis Singers featured in Choral Journal Diversity Issue

Chorosynthesis Singers was one of 13 choirs featured in the article, An American Choral Tapestry, part of the Choral Journal's Focus on Diversity Initiatives. Read how we are using new music to champion issues of social consciousness/justice. https://acda.org/files/choral_journals/Broeker-HarrisNov17.pdf

NW ACDA: Re-Imagining Relevance through New Music & Social Consciousness

Jeremiah Selvey and I were selected to present at the NW ACDA Conference in Portland, OR on Re-Imagining Relevance through New Music & Social Consciousness. The purpose of this panel discussion is to provide thoughtfulness on the importance of new music and social advocacy as we reconceive the impact of the choral art in our various communities. We hope you can attend!

Chorosynthesis Singers Named 2nd place Winner of The American Prize in Choral Performance, Professional Division

Chorosynthesis Singers was named the 2nd place Winner of The American Prize for Choral Performance, Professional Division based on our live recordings of our inaugural concert as a professional ensemble. To check out our award-winning performances go to https://soundcloud.com/chorosynthesis/sets/american-prize-portfolio

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American Prize in Conducting (professional chorus division)

I'm honored to place 3rd in the American Prize for conducting (professional chorus division). Thanks to all of my conducting teachers: David AndersonEric HansonGeoffrey Boers, and Giselle Wyers Rice who have mentored me on this journey. Thanks also to Ronald Haight and Gerry Marsh for opening up their ensembles to me time and again so I could grow as an artist-teacher. It has been a wild ride and I'm grateful for such wonderful support!

https://theamericanprize.blogspot.com/2017/03/conductor-winners-chorus-professional.html

ACDA International Conducting Fellow to Brazil!

I am excited to announce that I have been selected to be an ACDA International Conducting Fellow to Brazil. I will be heading to Joao Pessoa where I will conduct the Federal University of Paraiba choirs and lead a workshop at the Festival Paraibano de coros. I will then journey to Botucatu to work with the choirs at Saint Marcelina College. I am looking forward to learning more about the music of these areas!

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Empowering Silenced Voices with Chorosynthesis Singers

A concert of choral premieres championing humanitarian causes.

Chorosynthesis Singers
Wendy Moy & Jeremiah Selvey, Co-Artistic Directors

Works by Jose Luis Gómez Aleixandre, Alexander Campkin, Rebekah Driscoll, Lansing McLoskey, Eric Pazdziora, Kala Pierson, Andrew Rodriguez, Steven Serpa, Thomas Schuttenhelm, Keane Southard, & Karen P. Thomas.

For a full program listing visit: http://chorosynthesis.org/empowering-silenced-voices/

Tickets: $20 General / $7 Students & Seniors
www.chorosynthesis.org/empowering-silenced-voices

Chorosynthesis Singers Becomes a Professional Choir

I am excited to announce that Chorosynthesis Singers is now a professional choral ensemble based in Seattle, Washington. We are looking for singers who possess extensive solo and ensemble experience, excellent musicianship skills, familiarity with early and contemporary vocal styles, and a desire to sing at the highest level of vocal ensemble performance. If you are interested in auditioning, please visit www.chorosynthesis.org/auditions.