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2018 MUSE Cincinnati’s Women’s Choir Auditions
August 25, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Get your voice ready for the 2018 MUSE Cincinnati’s Women’s Choir auditions for their 36th season.
MUSE, Cincinnati’s Women’s Choir is in their 36th season of raising voices for social justice. All voice parts and experience levels are encouraged to audition. Reservations required.
MUSE values diversity and inclusion as their greatest strengths, welcoming adults of any age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, political interest, ability, economic and educational background.
Auditions will be held in the morning and afternoon on Saturday, August 25. They will be held at Community Matters, located at 2104 St Michael’s Street in Lower Price Hill.
Online registration is required. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call or text 513-221-1118 with further questions.
Under the direction of Jillian Harrison-Jones, MUSE will present an exciting season of music including the 14th edition of the New Spirituals Project this November featuring Dr. Tammy Kernodle.
MUSE is an inclusive and feminist choral community advocating for peace and social justice. They unite their voices to raise awareness and inspire change in ourselves, our audiences, and our world through partnerships that honor the humanity and enduring spirit of all people.
They will create a more peaceful and just world through song.
MUSE Values & Beliefs
• They believe musical excellence is essential to effectively deliver our mission and message with integrity, joy and passion.
• Professional artistic staff lead our auditioned, volunteer choir that brings a diverse mix of musical talent and training.
• They embrace our responsibility as global musical ambassadors and value artistic partnerships with other leading social justice and women’s organizations.
• They bring people together and build community through musical experiences that inspire, empower, educate and motivate.
• They value diversity and inclusion as our greatest strengths, welcoming adults of any age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, political interest, ability, economic and educational background.
• Their singing members are a sisterhood of women-identified bisexual, heterosexual and lesbian artists. Non-singing member and volunteer positions are open to all people who share in our mission, values and beliefs.
• They believe in the promotion of equality for all people and groups for the purpose of ending oppression and injustice for affected persons, families, communities, schools, workplaces, governments and other social and institutional systems.
• They are artist-activists blending concert and conversation to ignite dialogue that continues after the last notes are sung.
• They are a hearts-in, hands-on nonprofit fueled by our volunteer singing and non-singing members, supporters and community partners. Every member has a voice in our decisions and direction.
• They invite audience participation and are committed to making our concerts and community performances accessible for all.
• They value authentic, loving relationships and support each other in performance and in life.
• They advocate for women’s rights on the grounds of political, social and economic equality.
• They commission and seek out music composed by women and pieces written to enhance the sound of women’s voices.
• They educate and empower ourselves and audiences by celebrating women’s strengths and elevating our struggles.