We at Chorosynthesis are grateful for your support throughout this past year. Due to wonderful supporters like you, 2017 was a monumental year for our organization. We would like to take the next 5 minutes of your life to share all that happened, thanks to you! Chorosynthesis Singers embarked on a tour of Washington State with our Empowering Silenced Voices 2.0 program which included a high school exchange, a residency with Mid-Columbia Mastersingers, and the Symposium on New Choral Music and Social Consciousness. During this tour, we premiered 16 works addressing many relevant topics of issues of social consciousness such as child advocacy, women’s rights, human rights, displacement, the environment, technology, and perspectives on terrorism and war. In times such as these, this music is giving hope when hope is sometimes hard to see. Additionally. . .
Chorosynthesis Singers was named the 2nd place winner of The American Prize in Choral Performance (professional division) in a category of Grammy-nominated ensembles.
Our conductors were the 1st and 3rd place winners of The American Prize in Choral Conducting (professional division).
Chorosynthesis Singers was featured in the Choral Journal’s issue on Diversity in the Choral Arts.
Wendy and Jeremiah were interviewed by Chorus America (CA) for their entrepreneurial work with Chorosynthesis Singers in honor of CA’s 40 Anniversary.
Chorosynthesis Singers completed their first studio recording to be released onto 2 CDs by Centaur Records. Pre-order here.