A Skagit Valley Chorale rehearsal early last year became a deadly COVID-19 superspreader event. Now, the group is figuring out how to come back together and reforge the bonds of a community choir.
We’re taking time to reflect on the way classical music has been an outlet for grief, anger and frustration after the murder of George Floyd, as well as a source of solace and joy, uplifting Black voices and art. Watch a stunning performance of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” by the Clark Atlanta University Philharmonic Society.
Join Cantus for 'Alone Together,' a special program highlighting mental-health topics including depression and anxiety. This program is a collaboration with Call to Mind.
All the singers in this U.K. choir have undergone laryngectomies — voice box removal — to treat cancer. Singing builds lung strength, and performing together builds confidence, choir members say.