Transgender Voices Festival – Minnesota Style!
Transgender Voices Festival – Minnesota Style!
Transgender Voices Festival – Minnesota Style!
Various Voices Munich
Various Voices Munich
Various Voices Munich
Remembering Donna Red Wing
Remembering Donna Red Wing
Remembering Donna Red Wing
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

From Beijing to Denver 2016

Posted on: October 28th, 2014 by Eric Lane Barnes GALA Articles No Comments

Hello, GALA members and friends! Eric Lane Barnes here, associate artistic director of Seattle’s Flying House Productions (Seattle Men’s Chorus, Seattle Women’s Chorus, Sensible Shoes, and Captain Smartypants) and composer of songs you may know (Drama Queen, Caffeine Overload Polka, Black Christmas, etc.). As some of you know, in June of 2013 I spent two […]


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Authenticity in the New Age

Posted on: October 21st, 2014 by Reid Vanderburgh GALA Articles 1 Comment

LGBTQQIAA, aka ‘the acronym’ – quite a mouthful. A 60-something gay friend of mine commented to me awhile ago, “I can’t keep track anymore, I don’t know what all the letters mean! No disrespect intended, but I just keep saying ‘GLBT’ because it’s what I know.” Many in GALA choruses see the times shifting around […]


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Copyrights and Licensing

Posted on: September 20th, 2014 by GALA Communications GALA Articles No Comments

GALA Choruses executive director Robin Godfrey and artistic director Jane Ramseyer Miller discuss their session from the 2014 GALA Leadership Symposium in Cleveland about copyrights and licensing. This workshop taught the basics of music licensing and the various kinds of copyright for those with little-to-no background in this area. Robin and Jane covered the legalities […]


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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: https://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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