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Saturday, April 7 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Many Voices, Many Stories: The Importance of Diversity & Inclusion in A Cappella Storytelling

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Using the premise of musical performance as conversational storytelling, this class will explore why diversity & inclusion in a cappella are necessary for authentic communication, community/audience engagement, and ensuring world-class performances. Attendees will leave the class with a greater understanding of how diversity & inclusion can strengthen their group in multiple ways and how this strength can be used to better the group for musical success and personal growth.

Instructors
avatar for Lisa Forkish

Lisa Forkish

Executive Director & Co-Founder, Women's A Cappella Association
Lisa Forkish is an artist and educator who teaches by celebrating the unique voice in each of us. Her teaching style is infused with grace, patience and warmth, while maintaining a strong standard of excellence for the work at hand. Known as “Ms. Forkish” to the hundreds of young... Read More →
avatar for Bryan Guffey

Bryan Guffey

Bryan Guffey has been singing longer than he can remember (seriously, ask his parents). Since forming his first group, 50/50, in high school in 1997, Bryan has been a passionate advocate and believer in the power of vocal music to change lives for the better. After graduating with... Read More →
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Nina Kasuya

HIVE
Nina Kasuya is a vocalist rooted in Los Angeles, California. Having graduated from UCLA with a degree in Ethnomusicology / Music Industry, she currently works as a professional singer and educator. Nina can be seen performing with Crimes of the Heart Cabaret, Hamiltease: A Burlesque... Read More →
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Christina Wilson

HIVE
A native of Southern California, Christina is a full time musician and educator. She performs as part of the LA based folk group Honey Whiskey Trio, electro-pop band Neil Frances, and choral ensemble Vox Femina Los Angeles. She is part of the vocal faculty at Musicians Institute in Hollywood, Hills Music Academy in Palos Verdes, and teaches along side members of Honey Whiskey Trio in their community outreach efforts... Read More →


Saturday April 7, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Bromfield-Pearson 005 Bromfield-Pearson, 503 Boston Ave, Medford, MA 02155, USA

Attendees (5)