I’m lucky to live in New York City, where I can hear music anytime I want. Yesterday I went to the Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble’s latest concert. (I have a friend who sings with them.) I was introduced to another great group, The Unsung Collective, who were there as guest artists. They were just amazing, as were the Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble. It was a great afternoon. This is a picture of The Unsung Collective, who were posing for pictures as I was leaving so I took a shot myself! The Artistic Director is Tyrone Clinton, Jr.
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Washington DC has a pretty vibrant musical scene. Singing In the Choral Arts Society is a real privilege. The group is currently preparing for a June concert which will feature the cantata I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes by Adolphus Hailstorm, Dominick DiOrio’s Solaris, and Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass. The concert will be directed by Andre Thomas. However the rehearsals are being led by Dominick, who is splitting his time between Bloomington where he is a professor at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, Philadelphia, where he directs the Mendelssohn Society, and Washington DC. He’s remarkable.
Hi! We are all so lucky to have music. Can you imagine life without it??