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Andrea Ramsey on Her Newly Commissioned Work, “But a Flint Holds Fire” in Support of the Flint Water Crisis

September 26, 2016 -

I was recently introduced to an article on the Michigan ACDA website (editor, Jed Scott). It was an interview with composer Andrea Ramsey about her recently commissioned work, “But a Flint Holds Fire.” The piece was composed for a Chorus America consortium project and is part of an effort to raise awareness

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Amy KrinkeAny of the Matthew Culloton arrangements. Beautiful stuff! My favs: in dulci jubilo, angels we have heard on high, still still still. matthewculloton.com/compositionsarrangements/cullotonpublishedworks/

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Linda PalmerCheck out the arrangements of Peter Bloesch - outstanding and challenging.

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Lee RickardO Come Emmanuel, Terry Schlenker

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Kristin MoroniGo Tell it On the Mountain arranged by Stacey Gibbs!

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Shannan DavisAnything Benjamin Britten

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Jonathan VeviaAnything by Dan Forrest!

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Ethan B. DixonTomorrow Shall be my dancing day.

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The ACDA Honor Choir made up of the top high school singers from all across the U.S. came together in Washington, D.C. for three days of rehearsals, sightseeing, and a sold-out concert in Old Town Alexandria before departing on a concert tour of Prague, Salzburg, and Vienna. All of the concert venues were at full capacity and people were turned away at both the kick-off concert in Alexandria and at the first concert in Prague! Other highlights include a wonderful exchange with a school just outside of Salzburg, impromptu singing at various sights along the Sound of Music Tour, and a workshop and concert with Insingizi, a trio from Zimbabwe based in Vienna. Post-tour communication with ACDA include reports of strong friendships forged during the tour and plans for choir members to reconnect at upcoming regional conferences.

Standing room only audience at Prague’s gorgeous St. Nicholas Church.

Standing room only audience at Prague’s gorgeous St. Nicholas Church.

Hello from Karlstejn Castle, Prague!

Hello from Karlstejn Castle, Prague!

School exchange in Traunstein, Germany, just over the border in Salzburg.

School exchange in Traunstein, Germany, just over the border in Salzburg.

Last stop Vienna with a workshop and concert in the gothic Minoritenkirche.

Last stop Vienna with a workshop and concert in the gothic Minoritenkirche.


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