Category Archives: Windsong

The Reading

There is a scene in my book, where I bought this really sexy dress to impress my boyfriend on New Year’s Eve. I was 17. It seemed like a good idea at the time. Then, on the big day,  I … Continue reading

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Windsong Concert Today!

Easy parking in the Ford garage just around the corner from the church (the garage is directly across the street from Hessler). Tickets for Kids are just 5 bucks! It’s such a joy singing with this group of talented women.

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Two New Blogs to Love

It’s All About Me. It’s All About Me, is all about Chris Vartorella. She is a friend from chorus. She is hilarious. She’s an actress and she has performed with Dancing Wheels, an amazing local dance troupe which features those … Continue reading

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Thank You North Coast Men’s Chorus!

This weekend was so much fun. Windsong was invited to perform with the North Coast Men’s Chorus, and those men are some of the most gracious, kind, generous, sweet people I’ve ever met. Men with big open hearts. Humor. Talent. … Continue reading

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It Gets Better

This weekend, Windsong, Cleveland’s feminist chorus is getting a wonderful opportunity to perform with The North Coast Men’s Chorus. They have roughly 125 members. Windsong has about thirty. Rehearsing, we are crammed together so tightly on those risers there is … Continue reading

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Karen Weaverisms

In honor of her birthday…I give you lessons from Karen Weaver, Director of Windsong, Cleveland’s feminist chorus… 1)Show up 2)Be on time 3)Asking forgiveness is easier than asking persmission 4)Encourage others 5)Stop talking! 6)Wait for your freaking cue 7)Observe rests … Continue reading

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