The fourth annual presentation of Vocal Colors celebrates the choral arts at Carnegie Hall. This evening’s highlights include American composer J. Reese Norris as well as the music of Minnesota based composer and conductor Eric Barnum. Marina Alexander also leads a choir through two beautiful works by Kim Andre Arnesen and Otto Olson. PERFORMERS:
J. Reese Norris, Conductor
Eric Barnum, Conductor
Marina Alexander, Director
Distinguished Concerts Singers International
Richmond Choral Society and The Arcadian Chorale (NY)
Barnum: A Thousand Red Birds
Barnum: Afternoon on a Hill
Young: Thulele Mama Ya
Norris: Endless Song
Norris: We Sing of Love
Arrg. Berg: Georgia on My Mind
Narverud: Sisi Ni Moja
Norris: Paper Crane
Norris: This is Your Time
The Social Impact Launch Lab is a 2-day, immersive in-person workshop series that gives ambitious, passionate, early-stage (under 3-years) non-profit leaders the tools to build the strongest foundation for a high-impact organization. This hands-on workshop will focus on the 5 areas that are core to building a strong early-stage infrastructure: Telling your story, strategic visioning (as distinct from strategic planning), fundraising planning, building a Board of Directors, and building your personal leadership capacity.
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The candidate HQs are there. The debate is there. But what will shape the outcome of the April 19 primary in Brooklyn, elsewhere in the city and across the state? And what impact will the results have on the national race?
The mayor’s non-endorsement, the Hillary headquarters, some 2016 handicapping and a couple beers were on the table in the latest episode of Straight Up!, the Brooklyn Independent Media reporters’ roundtable.
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