When it’s late in the winter

Nothing to complain about this year as far as slogging through the end of winter goes. Still, the promise of spring can lead a girl to dreaming. There are so many things that the chorus could do, but the voices in the back of my head, and the ones in front of me in rehearsal, are whispering about recording our music.

Recording is something I just have never done. I’m all about the experience of music making, the here and now, the people I’m with, and I put my energies toward those experiences. The truth, though, is that I would love to have a record of how we sound right now. The singers, and I, have grown a lot in the last couple of years, and there are times when I am astounded at what I’m hearing in rehearsal.

Don’t hold me to this, but do tell me if you’d like to be able to listen to us in your home or car or office.

And, don’t forget to join us at Homegrown!

About Sing! A Women's Chorus

Founded in 1999 by director Mags David, Sing! A Women’s Chorus is based in the Duluth Public Schools Community Education program. This ensemble is open to all registrants. Music is learned through the oral tradition, allowing singers at all levels of experience to participate. We sing traditional music from the U.S., Europe, and West Africa, and original songs written for the chorus by Mags David.
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