Sound Circle at the TANK Center for Sonic Arts
Sound Circle at the TANK Center for Sonic Arts
Sound Circle at the TANK Center for Sonic Arts
Singing for Our Lives
Singing for Our Lives
Singing for Our Lives
Singers from One Voice Chorus and Nashville Hop Across the Pond!
Singers from One Voice Chorus and Nashville Hop Across the Pond!
Singers from One Voice Chorus and Nashville Hop Across the Pond!
Say Their Names
Say Their Names
Say Their Names
Phoenix, Colorado’s Trans Community Choir
Phoenix, Colorado’s Trans Community Choir
Phoenix, Colorado’s Trans Community Choir
Trans at GALA Festival
Trans at GALA Festival
Trans at GALA Festival
GALA 411 Success
GALA 411 Success
GALA 411 Success

Why I Would Join a GLBTA Chorus

Posted on: September 3rd, 2014 by Heidi Jensen GALA Articles 1 Comment

A lesbian member of the GLBTA chorus I sing with said she just “doesn’t get” why I, a straight person, would join a gay chorus knowing that people would then assume I am gay? Why would I put myself in such a position and open myself up to ridicule? Her question was from the perspective […]


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30th Anniversary Toast

Posted on: August 21st, 2014 by GALA Communications GALA Articles No Comments

Willi Zwozdeskey, conductor and artistic director of the Vancouver Men’s Chorus, and Dennis Coleman, artistic director of flying house productions in Seattle, Washington, share their memories and congratulations on GALA’s 30th anniversary of being an organization.


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Cathy Roma and Jane Ramseyer Miller

Posted on: July 28th, 2014 by GALA Communications GALA Articles No Comments

Cathy Roma sits down with Jane Ramseyer Miller to have a conversation about their shared history, and their experience with GALA Choruses. Learn more about The Dr. Catherine Roma Women Composers Commissioning Project on the GALA website: http://galachoruses.org/donate/catherine-roma-commissioning-project


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Germany Story: Love Wins

Posted on: July 3rd, 2014 by Bryn Nelson GALA Articles No Comments

Dresden, Germany had always been synonymous in my mind with the senseless devastation of war. I knew that the once-lovely city had been largely rebuilt since WWII but I was wholly unprepared for the breathtaking beauty and grace of the city center, where extensive renovations have restored many of the famous landmarks to their former […]


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Germany Story: The Tour

Posted on: June 27th, 2014 by Bryn Nelson GALA Articles No Comments

A paparazzi scrum. A sea of rainbow umbrellas. The German premiere of a vital mini-opera about the Holocaust. And an utterly charming song about penguins. OK, let me explain. On June 19, about 125 of us converged on Berlin for the first leg of our four-city tour through Germany. In addition to about 75 singing […]


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Germany Story: “For a Look or a Touch”

Posted on: June 26th, 2014 by Bryn Nelson GALA Articles No Comments

An 80-year-old man tries to forget the cruel pain of his past. The ghost of his young boyfriend gently urges him to remember. For a Look or a Touch, a stunningly beautiful mini-opera about the fate of two gay lovers in Nazi Germany and the redemptive power of memory decades later, debuted in Seattle’s Benaroya […]


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Consensus Validation with Mindy Taylor

Posted on: June 20th, 2014 by GALA Communications GALA Articles 1 Comment

Mindy Taylor shares her expertise on group decision making at GALA Symposium 2013 in Atlanta, GA. “Consensus Validation” is one of the strongest and most effective techniques a choir or board can use for problem-solving and making decisions. A key tool in the process is testing and polling the group during the conversation process. Mindy’s […]


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