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Zamir Chorale of Boston presents: A Choral Rainbow Part 3
April 4 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Part III – Monday, April 4,7:30 pm EST, REGISTER HERE.
This season, in response to the alarming rise in racism, antisemitism, and other forms of prejudice, we are even more committed to using our resources to expose our audiences (and ourselves) to music representing different cultures, ethnicities, and ways of thinking. With that in mind, we are presenting an online series called “A Choral Rainbow,” featuring video performances and conversations with the conductors of choruses from diverse and under-represented communities.
We were thrilled with the global turnout for parts I and II. Part III will spotlight three choruses:
The Chorosynthesis Singers, which is committed to fostering innovation, sustainability, collaboration, and excellence in and among the choral arts and its communities through both a bottom-up and top-down approach; Wendy Moy, conductor.
Nashirah, a community-based chorale in the Greater Philadelphia whose musical programming embodies the broadest possible range of Jewish repertoire; bringing together choral music of many lands, languages, and cultures; Julia Zavadsky, conductor.
Voices 21C, an artists’ collective that is devoted to exercising the choral art in pursuit of human rights and justice and dedicated to a mission of global understanding through music; André DeQuadros, conductor.