Join us at our Summer Conference, June 16-18, 2021, for three days of inspiring plenaries, timely breakout sessions, and opportunities to network and connect.
The Summer Conference will bring the field together to present the latest information on considerations for reopening, and continue conversations on themes of access, diversity, equity, and inclusion (ADEI) that every chorus is engaging with on its own journey. Summer Conference also include some of our most celebratory special events, like our pre-Conference Awards Celebration, Tuesday, June 15, 7:00pm EDT and our Virtual Gala, Thursday, June 17, 7:00pm EDT.
Confirmed Summer Plenary Sessions
Storytelling: The Most Powerful Form of Nonprofit Writing
The single most powerful marketing and fundraising tool your nonprofit has is both free and already in your possession -- you just may not realize it. It's telling a good story about the people involved in your organization –- the people singing, listening, volunteering and donating. During this plenary session with Nonprofit Marketing Guide's Kivi Leroux Miller, you'll learn how to tell three different kinds of stories that can serve as the foundation for your marketing and fundraising campaigns.
Personal Journeys, Collective Change
Each of us has a story to tell about what led us to choral music. This plenary session features a discussion between Maria Ellis, Reginald Mobley, and Zanaida Robles, moderated by Anthony Trecek-King. This panel of rising Black choral leaders share what inspired them to make their careers in music and discuss their multi-faceted experiences within the field. Their personal reflections and strong visions for what lies ahead explore a more inclusive, more inspiring collective future.
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