In my world, everybody sings. And I hope there is a song in your heart as we take a break from in-person rehearsals while our community weathers the passing of COVID 19. Until then, join us for our weekly Zoom singalongs!
You all hear about me talking about the metaphor of mycelium so much, but let me just say – the mycelium of our human community are making a huge power play right now. Rising up thru the funky undergrowth of our panic and fear, of the suffering and loss that has landed us all so solidly and inescapably in our common and inescapable vulnerability. A song of connection. Set aside the misery internet scrolling for a moment and listen. Underneath those loud and clashing strains there’s a finer music playing. Find ways to sing along with it, and feel yourself a part of this finer thing emerging.
Join us in singing along with that finer music at our Tuesday evening Zoom singalongs 7-7:45p. Email me and I’ll get you on the list to receive the weekly link!
7-7:45p Tues Columbia City Chorus Zoom sing & strum-along
Singers and strummers, Zoom on in on Tuesdays for some virtual community singing. Contact me here to get the weekly link. Song sheets and strumming charts are provided. It ain’t the same as singing in person for sure, but it’s still a fun way to be together!
Protect What You Love
Songs of Climate and Social Justice
from the Pacific Northwest
Me and the Chorus sing our anthem Shine (by yours truly) on this beautiful compilation album organized by 350 Seattle, a group dedicated to “building a passionate grassroots movement for climate justice.” Download it for FREE or pay what you want by going here. Funds support the excellent work of 350 Seattle.
The CCCC capped off our 2016 Fall Session by videoing ourselves singing Light Returns Again. A song for our times indeed.
Here’s an excerpt of the Chorus singing Shine in January 2015. That’s Gracie Bucklew and her mom Liz singing the solos: