About the Author
Kelsey Menehan is a writer, choral singer, psychotherapist, and frequent contributor to Chorus America's online and print publications. She lives in San Francisco.
A group of friends and I experienced the 40-part Motet last weekend...just stunning. We wandered...Posted 1 week 6 days ago in reply to Encircled by Sound: Janet Cardiff’s “Forty Part Motet” (view )
I have been struggling to memorize several art song, music theater pieces. I have found that...Posted 25 weeks 6 days ago in reply to Should Choruses Memorize Their Music? (view )
Tell me more what you have in mind and I may be able to help...or at least brainstorm with you...Posted 31 weeks 6 days ago in reply to Singing and Psychological Well-being (view )
This is fabulous...makes me cry.
Posted 1 year 7 weeks ago in reply to “Call Me Maybe” Gets a Choral Twist (view )
I loved reading this too...there is nothing quite like singing a composition where the text and...Posted 1 year 13 weeks ago in reply to The Art of Setting Text (view )
You are a beautiful writer, Matthew...thank you for this lovely piece about Alice.Posted 1 year 18 weeks ago in reply to Alice Parker: The Belle of Hawley (view )
These are just beautiful stories...thanks for sharing everyone!Posted 1 year 26 weeks ago in reply to Mothers and Music Education: The Influence and the Impact (view )
I hope you'll let us know what you find out in Germany this spring. The way these beautiful...Posted 1 year 36 weeks ago in reply to Music To Die For: Why We Love Requiems (view )
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