Communities In Harmony Featuring Community Choruses that are Changing the World Around Them

Communities In Harmony began as an idea I had to feature one choir from each of the 50 states that was changing the world around them.  This week, I'll be posting my 20th entry and the stories are transformative.  We still have 30 states to go, but the journey so far is creating a rich narrative of the United States as told through the lens of community choruses.  

Here are some of the most popular posts:

Columbus, Ohio Harmony Project-Changing the tune. Changing the community

Dallas Street Choir: Homeless, Not Voiceless-Dallas, Texas

Refugees in Tacoma Joining Their Voices in Song

Florida State University Chorus and Gadsden Correctional Facility Chorus form FSU-MTC Glee Club-“Balm in Gilead”

Lesbian/Feminist Chorus, Amasong, Transforming Community of Champaign-Urbana, IL

Giving Voice Chorus Celebrates Full Potential of Those Living with Dementia-Minneapolis, MN

303 Choir Inspiring New Voices and Celebrating Diversity of Denver's Music Scene

Cherokee National Youth Choir Preserving Cherokee Language and Culture- Tahlequah, Oklahoma

The Greenville Community Harmony Chorus Promoting Racial Unity in the Mississippi Delta

Thank you to Kent Tritle and Steven Coburn for the following posts:  

Guest Writer, Kent Tritle, Shares His Experience Working With Lighthouse Guild Vocal Ensemble for Visually Impaired in New York City
Guest Blogger, Steven Coburn, Features New York City Labor Chorus

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