Sisters’ Voices Board and Staff are learning all we can by staying up-to-date on information published by government agencies (especially the CDC), national organizations that provide resources to choral singers and leaders (Chorus America, ACDA, NATS), and local school districts (Durham, Chatham, Chapel Hill-Carrboro), and we are working to put together a plan for the 2020-2021 season that will both keep us safe and keep us singing. Please stay tuned, and plan to join us!
For those who love to sing, singing is essential! Singing is an excellent way to relieve stress because it requires the singer to breathe deeply, allows expression beyond words, gives voice to emotion in safe ways, and connects us to each other.
We know that this time is hard on many families. If your child wants to join us for singing, it is more important to us to have her participate than to have your money. We do charge for services because it costs us money to provide them, but if your child wants to sing and you cannot pay the fees, please email Jenny Walters, and she will help you and your singer find a pathway in. Welcome!
Sisters’ Voices is supported by generous grants from Orange County Arts Commission, Women in Bio, and the Youth Pro Musica Fund of Triangle Community Foundation, and by many dedicated individual donors. We are deeply grateful for your interest and support of our work!
Sisters’ Voices does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender expression, age, national origin/ancestry, disability, or sexual orientation, in any of its operations. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all singers, staff, audience, volunteers, and all other participants.