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What's Your Sign?: The Camerata Peace Project

Because inclusion and belonging are the overriding theme for our Peace Project concert on Sunday, we want to make this beautiful concert accessible to a group that you wouldn’t normally associate with music — the deaf community.   252 more words

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Peace by Piece: The Camerata Peace Project

How we spend our time IS very important.   As we have seen this week, some people spend their time planning the cruelest deeds imaginable.  Not us, no not us.   226 more words

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An Anthem of Compassion: Eliza Gilkyson's "Requiem"

Camerata’s Peace Project Concert on October 8 will be filled with fantastic repertoire.  My very favorite piece is “Requiem” by Eliza Gilkyson.  This absolutely beautiful piece of music is full of lament, and, ultimately,  hope.   250 more words

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Peace Be With You: The Camerata Peace Project

When our new Artistic Director, James Bass, suggested that we perform a concert around the theme of Peace, we were intrigued.  That concept has grown into a community effort that we are calling The Camerata Peace Project, and it will take place on Sunday, October 8 2017. 244 more words

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All About Camerata's New Artistic Director, James K. Bass

Artistic Director transitions are important moments in the culture of a chorus.  There is the sad good-bye to the departing individual, the wishing-well-but-holding-on phase.  There is the selection process, where hopes and dreams are lit aflame.   415 more words

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Looking Forward -- Looking Back -- With Gratitude to Rob!

As we begin a new chapter at Long Beach Camerata Singers with Artistic Director Dr. James K. Bass, we would like to take a moment to look back at the journey that has delivered us to this place.   570 more words

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Undercover at the Chorus America Conference

If you are a choral music geek, then you probably know about the annual Chorus America Conference — a choral love-fest and learning/networking opportunity.  The conference is held in a different city each year and is generally hosted by the largest choral organization in each locale.   339 more words

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