SWC Member Joins Doctors Without Borders
SWC Member Joins Doctors Without Borders
SWC Member Joins Doctors Without Borders
Showing Up for Art
Showing Up for Art
Showing Up for Art
Trans Opera
Trans Opera
Trans Opera
Finding Comfort Through The Voices of Others
Finding Comfort Through The Voices of Others
Finding Comfort Through The Voices of Others
Top 3 GALA Symposium Take-Aways
Top 3 GALA Symposium Take-Aways
Top 3 GALA Symposium Take-Aways
The Pink Singers Visit India - Top Tips For An Amazing Trip
The Pink Singers Visit India - Top Tips For An Amazing Trip
The Pink Singers Visit India - Top Tips For An Amazing Trip
Advocacy Resources for Choruses
Advocacy Resources for Choruses
Advocacy Resources for Choruses

Lessons on Gender and the Choral Rehearsal

Posted on: February 28th, 2014 by Bryce Hayes GALA Articles 1 Comment

The social networking site Facebook recently introduced over 50 options for users to express their gender. A post on its Diversity Page reads, “When you come to Facebook to connect with the people, causes, and organizations you care about, we want you to feel comfortable being your true, authentic self. An important part of this is […]


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Transgender Voices

Posted on: February 21st, 2014 by Reid Vanderburgh GALA Articles No Comments

Trans Inclusivity in GALA Choruses There are three types of GALA choruses – men’s, women’s, and mixed. When we talk about trans inclusivity in the men’s or women’s choruses, we immediately bump up against the definitions of “man” and “woman.” Within a mixed chorus setting, we may bump up against these definitions if sections are […]


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All You Have To Do is Ask

Posted on: February 14th, 2014 by Chase Maggiano GALA Articles No Comments

What do you do with a season you had no hand in planning and a marketing budget that isn’t yours? You listen carefully to those around you, and you unapologetically ask for whatever you want. When I joined the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington in the fall of 2013 as Executive Director, I was handed […]


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From Board President Mindy Taylor

Posted on: February 10th, 2014 by Mindy Taylor GALA Articles No Comments

As I’m working in my home office, the snow continues to fall outside, turning the landscape once again into a wintry wonderland. Was it really just two weeks ago we were in sunny San Antonio, land of a hundred margarita variations and fresh, piquant salsa at every meal? (Foodies, see the recipe which follows!) For […]


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Cathy Roma – Interview

Posted on: February 7th, 2014 by GALA Communications GALA Articles No Comments

Cathy Roma draws on decades of experience as an artist director in the GALA Chorus movement. Founder of Philadelphia’s Anna Crusis Women’s Choir, the oldest GALA Choruses member choir, and Muse, Cincinnati’s Women’s Choir; Cathy shares part of her own story and memories of the first GALA Choruses festivals.


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A Letter to the IOC from GALA Choruses

Posted on: February 4th, 2014 by GALA Communications GALA Articles 2 Comments

On behalf of GALA Choruses, board president Mindy Taylor and external relations committee chair Martin Brophy, MBE, recently sent a letter to Thomas Bach, president of the International Olympic Committee. The letter recognizes the values of inclusion and peace that are at the heart of the Olympic Games, and asks “that the IOC develop language […]


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2014 Managers and Directors Retreat Recap

Posted on: February 2nd, 2014 by GALA Communications GALA Articles, Videos No Comments

The 2014 Managers and Directors retreat in San Antonio was a smashing success. Here’s a recap from three of the GALA Choruses 411 advisors Bob Mensel, Eve Campbell, and Jeff Heine.


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