What Does Accessibility Mean for Children’s Choirs?
Amanda Stevenson became passionate about equity and access to music education while working in high-poverty schools in Des Moines, Iowa. In 2014, her family moved to Omaha. Wanting to get involved in the musical community there, Amanda searched for a children’s choir that worked with students in urban areas and was both accessible and equitable… but she struggled to find one. So, like any highly passionate person does, in 2015, she decided to create her own organization that truly was accessible for all children in the Omaha area – the Omaha Children’s Choir.
Find out how she is making choir more accessible! http://blog.chorusconnection.com/what-does-accessibility-mean-for-childrens-choirs