Songfest 2020

Phoenix Girls Chorus

Songfest Women's

Choral Festival

When:

Saturday, April 4, 2020

12:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

 

Workshops Offered:

  • Choral Clinic
  • Yoga For Singers
  • Put Your Best Voice Forward
  • Vocal Jazz Style and Technique
  • Lifetime Singing Strategies
  • College Panel: Singing After High School

 

Event Details: 

Founding Choirs: Phoenix Girls Chorus, Phoenix Chorale, and Women's Choir of Northern Arizona University. Partner Community Choir: Valley Women's Ensemble

Massed Music Pieces Here:

Music When Soft Voices Die (Download for Free)

This Little Light Of Mine (Please order your own copies)

 

Where:

Camelback Bible Church

3900 E Stanford Dr,

Paradise Valley, AZ 85253

 

Questions? Please contact

Charissa Lucille
Phoenix Girls Chorus
(602) 252-5562
office@girlschorus.org

 

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The Phoenix Girls Chorus hosts the eighth annual Songfest on Saturday, April 4, 2020. Songfest is a dynamic choral festival bringing together women from choirs all across Arizona. This Festival celebrates women's voices of all ages and strengthens the sisterhood of our choral community. Singers may choose from a variety of vocal and choral workshops. Choirs may perform alone and with the massed choir at the end of the concert. Below you will find several levels of participation open to you as an individual or as a choir. 

We encourage you to join us in celebrating women's voices of all ages!

 

Register for Songfest!

Registration for organizations/groups closes on March 9, 2020.

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Special Message from Danya Tiller:

"I am thrilled to announce the eighth annual Songfest Women's Choral Festival! 

Here at the Phoenix Girls Chorus, we are passionate about inspiring and empowering women and we do so through leadership, community service and music. Songfest connects women of all ages to the larger choral community we know and love. Music brings us together and community gives us voice. We hope you will join us to learn from and sing along side talented and passionate women from our state!"