By now many of you know, that for the past two years, I have been a part of an amazing choir and community called Chameleonic.
I’ve been in many musical groups over the years, but Chameleonic is unlike any other because the group (and its overarching organization, Choral Chameleon), has an artistic and communal vision that is unlike any other, and is deeply resonant with me. Specifically:
- We place people at the center of music – our choir is a community and inspired by the reality that choral music is one of the few things that cannot be done remotely/electronically.
- Our approach is empowering – we sing music that is challenging (we’re singing in 2 Chinese dialects this spring!), yet never have I been made to feel unable or unworthy of the challenge.
- We are true chameleons – the music that we sing requires us to adapt our vocal techniques and use all types of musical muscles. I feel that I have grown tremendously as a musician and a vocalist since I joined.
I’d like to invite you to become a part of Chameleonic and Choral Chameleon today. You can:
Attend our spring concert.
Our spring concert, Rain Dance, will feature the aforementioned Chinese folks songs along with a madrigal, some musical theatre, and other delights. And note – there’s even a Brooklyn concert date. I’d be honored to have you there.
Saturday, April 12th, 8pm
John Street Church, 44 John Street (Downtown), Manhattan
Sunday, April 13, 5pm
St. Paul's Church, 199 Carroll Street (Carroll Gardens), Brooklyn
$20 General Admission;
$50 Prime Seating
At the Door: $25 General Admission; $55 Prime Seating
Buy tickets here!
If you can’t make it (and even if you can…) consider supporting Choral Chameleon. Your support will allow you to be a part of this wonderful community that means so much to me.
All the best,