Out in Harmony News
It wouldn’t be a stretch to say Circle Chant is OIH’s signature piece. It’s the song that everyone who’s been in the choir in the past decade knows, and the song we sing when we need to take a moment and bring us together. So when we decided to record a virtual choir video this winter, Circle Chant was of course the song we needed to bring us together in spirit when we can’t be together in person.
Out In Harmony supports Black Lives Matter and the movements to end anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism and police violence.As an LGBTQ2IA+ choir, we remember that the history of queer liberation is inextricably entwined with the history of the Black Civil Rights...
In keeping with government and health department recommendations regarding COVID-19, Out in Harmony has decided to cancel rehearsals for now. Our best wish is for the health and safety of our members and their friends and...
Out in Harmony welcomes submissions to its blog from current and former members as well as friends of the choir. Entries should be short, related to choir activities and of interest to the general public as well as OiH members. Photographs of the choir are always very much appreciated, but can only be posted publicly if everyone pictured has given permission.
Possible topics for posts include: concert, event and outreach announcements, essays about the choir’s history, coverage of choir activities and fundraisers, profiles of choir members past and present, or anything of interest to our diverse, musically-inclined community.
OiH reserves the right to edit submissions for grammar, content or length, and to reject posts for any reason. Comments to blog entries are likewise subject to moderation. Flamewars, trolling and abusive behavior will not be permitted in posts or comments.