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
Moving the Needle with Love
Moving the Needle with Love
Moving the Needle with Love

Voice Tips 101

Posted on: July 26th, 2013 by Jane Ramseyer Miller GALA Articles No Comments

Once a month GALA Choruses is offering tips on vocalization and singing for our chorus members. If you have tips to share or vocal questions that you would like addressed just shoot me an email.  This first tip comes from veteran conductor and clinician, Dr. Stan Hill.         – Jane Ramseyer Miller, […]


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Singing for Your Health

Posted on: July 22nd, 2013 by GALA Communications LGBTQ News Briefs No Comments

A new study suggests that choirs actually synchronize their heart rates while singing, possibly having beneficial health effects. BBC science reporter Rebecca Morelle covers this Swedish study in a recent article. Read More


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GALA History – GALAGram February 1992

Posted on: July 19th, 2013 by Joel C. Davis GALA Articles 3 Comments

Obviously time went backwards between NOV, 1990 and FEB, 1992 because the former issue of the GALAgram is numbered VOL V, NUM 4 and this latter issue is numbered VOL V, NUM 1.  I haven’t a clue as to the numbering scheme.  I’m also not sure if indeed there were any issues of the GALAgram […]


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Why Gay Folks Should Care About Trayvon Martin’s Case

Posted on: July 15th, 2013 by GALA Communications LGBTQ News Briefs No Comments

In light of the acquittal of George Zimmerman this weekend, Huffington Post contributor Zach Stafford offers this thoughtful article for LGBTQ readers. Read More


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To Be a Chorus Leader

Posted on: July 12th, 2013 by Teddy Basham-Witherington GALA Articles No Comments

What will your Chorus Board look like, come Labor Day? At times, it seems that we require a little too much of the average Chorus Board Member; the courage of Rosa Parks, the wisdom of Solomon, the agility of Nadia Comaneci, and the foresight of Nostradamus. The reality is that your Chorus Board will comprise […]


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10 Signs of the Times from NYC Pride

Posted on: July 8th, 2013 by GALA Communications LGBTQ News Briefs No Comments

An interesting snapshot of urban LGBTQ life from Huffington Post photojournalist Murray Lipp captures 10 signs from NYC pride 2013. This photo series serves as a fascinating reminder of where we are and where we come from. A massive crowd of around 1.8 million turned out to watch the annual NYC Pride March on Sunday, June 30, […]


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Why We Sing

Posted on: July 5th, 2013 by GALA Communications GALA Articles No Comments

As a long time manager and consultant in the lgbt choral movement, one of the the questions I hear most often is some variation on “what’s our relevance.”  It’s a great question, but one (at least with my U.S.-centric hat on) that we often mis-diagnose. We are living through times of great change for lgbt […]


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