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- Chester Children's Chorus 2
- Swarthmore College 2
- Cleveland Orchestra Chorus 1
- Dallas Baptist Church 1
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John Alston talks about his decades founding and directing the Chester Children’s Chorus.
Elizabeth Young, a freshman at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, talks with Heather McDonnell about her childhood, people who have impacted her, and what she finds meaningful in life.
My interviewee was Carol VanBesien. Carol is a close family friend who is origionally from Missouri. She is very passionate for music like the piano and cello. Carol is grateful for her family and friends that support her through everything....
Charlotte is a doctoral student and associate choral conductor at University of North Texas. She is a visiting scholar from South Africa.
Kitty Wagner And Willie Wagner talk about Willie education experience as well as his idols and musical experience.
Two members of this women’s musical ministry tell their experience with the choir. Saybra, a new member, talks of how she found the group and what attracted her. Rochelle, the director, tells how the group started in 2014.
That morning I wished that I could meet with the famous band and network with them. That night I was on stage singing with them! A miracle in Monterrey and in my life as an artist.
I interviewed my mother, Rosemarie Graham (36) today, November 26th in my living room in sparks Nevada. My mom told me stories about what school years she liked, and what made it fun. We talked about her jobs, which ones...
John Alston talks about decades of founding and directing the Chester Children’s Chorus
Suzanne’s faith began with singing in the choir and has led to her leadership in providing shelter services for the homeless throughout the community. Building community is part of everything she does, and she’s learned to do that at Peace...
My father, a professional musician, describes how he got into music when he was younger and the people who influenced him along the way.
My cousin, Mike, who now is working in the music industry as a choral director and “jingle maker” talks about how he got to where he is and some childhood stories of him and his brother, victorious and otherwise.