Catherine Dalton and I are once again headed to the National ACDA Convention, this year in Kansas City. We will have a booth in the exhibition hall, so please stop by!
We are also leading a reading session showcasing our music "Words that Sing: Extraordinary Music by Women Composers" on Thursday, Feb. 28 at 3:00pm, Rm 2215A. Special guest conductors, Jennifer Anderson of VocalPoint, and Jane Ramseyer Miller, One Voice Mixed Chorus.
Lumina's new CD was released on November 4, 2018, and is dedicated to hope and healing through music. We are pleased to be able to offer it as a free download from our website. Linda is the artistic director and founder of Lumina, and several of her songs and arrangements can be found on the CD. More information about the project, including individual track downloads, CD translations, and program notes can be located at www.luminawomensensemble.com/album/. If you have any more questions, visit our website and send us a note. We’re very grateful for your commitment to health and wellness, and we hope you enjoy the music.
With poems by Athena Kildegaard, ancient Latin texts, and settings of John Donne, BEHOLD and SEE is a larger choral work and meditation on immigration, focusing on themes of Safety, Belonging, and Home. -25–30 minute work for SATB chorus, mezzo-soprano and baritone soloists, with instrumental chamber ensemble -Final score delivered January 2020 -Premieres between March 2020–December 2020 -$2500 per chorus includes all scores and parts with permission to copy as needed -10 total choirs projected to be part of this consortium For more information, contact Linda through the form on this website.