Category Archives: Singers Speak

Rachel: Why I Sing

When I was a teenager, I dreamed of being an opera singer when I grew up… like most kids, right? … Continue reading

Why I Sing — Logan

I used to sing in choral groups because of those mystical, spine-tingling moments when everything in the choir locks perfectly … Continue reading

Why I Sang

They Made Me Do it! Well, they didn’t make me…but dear friends and U. of U. singing mates, Ron and … Continue reading

Rob – Why I Sing

As children, we gaze on the inexperienced world with excitement and anticipation. We are mesmerized as colors, light, and sounds … Continue reading

Thoughts on “Whispers on the Prairie Wind”

Ēriks Ešenvalds is one of the most sought-after choral composers working today. He has a busy commission schedule and we are … Continue reading

John: Why I Sing

Why I sing can be summed up in two words: a girl. Or rather, that is how it started. I … Continue reading

Hal: Why I Sing

It seems that I have always sung. Well, not in the womb but right after my exit of said location.  … Continue reading

Lisa: Why I Sing

Why I sing? No, really….WHY DO I SING? My experience with choral music is quite different from most of the … Continue reading

Julie: Why I Sing

I sing because it makes me happy. I sing because I love it. I love it so much, “flames, flames … Continue reading

John: Why I Sing

I recently returned to my childhood home to spend the weekend there for the last time. My parents are relocating … Continue reading