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Let The Men Sing

September 28, 2016 -

Going Beyond Words w/ Stan Schmidt Show 2245 – Let The Men Sing This week on ACDA Radio we shift gears and join the men of song. Musical guests will be tenor Stefano Secco, The King’s Singers, Choir Leoni Men’s Choir from Canada, the Hilliard Ensemble, and the orchestra of voices from San Francisco,

Dear Directors:

What uniform options are available for your transitioning transgender students when it pertains to performing ensembles? Our choir members have the option of tuxedos for males and solid black gowns for females. I currently have a student who does not identify with either gender. Has anyone else found themselves in situation? If so, what options were provided?

Thank you.
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Johann Jacob BelofteWe do all black suits or separate skirt/wide pants with loose top. They can mix and match between these options if they choose. It's less obvious visually if they stand in semi-mixed formation. Hope that helps a little!

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Choir goofing just before a spectacular performance at the Tobin Center for Performing Arts.

The SACS chorus members goofing just before a spectacular performance at the Tobin Center for Performing Arts.

About SACS

Executive Director: Douglas McCarroll / Artistic Director: Dr. Jennifer Seighman

Established in 1965 by Gwilym H. Isaac, the San Antonio Choral Society began as a community choir, with only a handful of singers, as a means to join with others who share the same passion for choral music and strive for excellence in performance. SACS has since grown to an 80+, mixed-voice performing ensemble open to talented men and women from all walks of life. Since the original charter was drafted, our established purpose “of performing sacred and secular choral works for the pleasure of and cultural well being of the community” continues to be the basic tenet by which SACS operates today.


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