Saturday, September 7, 2019

Choirs, both church and concert, sing community when there is human diversity to be seen in the membership of the choir.  Gender, ethnicity, age-range:  these are visuals that contribute to the community and peace environment that ensembles afford.  A choir's human diversity on display is bold protest, in this case, against segregation and discrimination.   . . . Art calls forth a diverse audience and gives them deep lessons in community and peace.

-- Terry York

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