Musings on Choral Music for Women’s Voices
The Concentus Women’s Chorus Blog
Read thoughts from singers on their favorite (or least favorite) choral compositions, compositions by and for women singers, program notes, our conductor's perspective from the front of the chorus, historical accuracy of performance, and how we discover new or rediscovered musical literature for women's voices. For fans of choral music, singing, music for women, women composers, chamber and voice collaboration, and...fans of Concentus!
Concentus singer, Maggie Symington, talks about our September 2015 fundraiser event, We Shall Keep Singing.
Kathy Cronin Grant blogs about our recent collaboration with Alternatives for Battered Women’s annual fundraising event
Concentus member, Kara Juszczak, worked with local jewelry store, Alex and Ani to schedule a fundraising event to benefit Concentus. In this latest blog piece, Kara explains how the ideas of positive energy, inspiration and compassion are shared, making for the perfect collaboration.
Concentus member, Sarah Kelsick, writes about the personal connection she felt to the music performed at the Concentus Winter 2015 concert.
Concentus member, Maggie Symington, shares her perspective on the preparation involved in preparing for a live concert.
Concentus member, Maggie Symington, shares her thoughts on the power of the live performance.
Concentus member, Kathy (Cronin) Grant, reflects on sharing the stage with her husband, Kenneth Grant (Principal Clarinet) for the RPO’s performance of Holst’s The Planets.
Concentus member, Maggie Symington, shares a her personal conversation with composer, Rich Wilder
Concentus member, Maggie Symington, writes about the role of a conductor from the singer’s point of view.
Concentus member, Johanna Rehbaum, writes about finding a sense of community and sisterhood through singing with Concentus.