THE BIOCHEMICAL POWER OF CHORAL SINGING
SEPTEMBER 1, 2020
In a time where the state of the arts is ever more fragile, it is important to be reminded of the profound benefits of choral singing. It is well understood that music, in general, contributes to our emotional, physiological, and spiritual well-being. But what about choral music specifically? What if I told you that choral music could have an impact on our biochemistry, affecting areas including stress, social bonding, and our immune response? In the midst of a global health crisis where the fate of near-future singing is uncertain, discussing the biochemical benefits of choral singing is an essential concept.
WHEN ARTISTS HAVE TO LEARN SCIENCE
August 16, 2020
A talk with Chris Munce on Choralosophy! We have an incredible discussion about COVID-19 and the choral music world. Take a listen, and learn more about scientific literacy, approaching new information, and supporting artists!
A SCIENCE-ORIENTED CONDUCTOR ON THE STATE OF CHORAL SINGING
JULY 27, 2020
AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSICAL HISTORY AND IMPACT
FEBRUARY 10, 2019
YOUNG CONDUCTOR SPEARHEADS COMMUNITY CHORAL CONCERT
NOVEMBER 2, 2019
RESCUING OUR HUMANITY THROUGH RELATIONSHIPS
DECEMBER 30, 2020
A wonderful talk with the Unitarian Universalist Community Church of Southwest Michigan on building relationships through understanding, even when differences may cause anger. How do we redirect that anger to those in power? How do we approach these conversations as our world continues to dramatically change?