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Women Sing

Women Sing 4

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

 


 

 Women Sing

A day of singing and empowerment

Women Sing is an all-day choral festival open to all high school female identifying individuals and non binary treble singers. Join the inclusive community of strong, proud singers that make up the Cecilians for the day, connecting with students from across Iowa as well as faculty members from multiple academic areas at UNI.  The event culminates in an evening performance in the Great Hall at the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center.

Elaine Hagenberg

 

This year is even more special as we welcome Iowan composer Elaine Hagenberg to campus to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Women Sing.  All participants will perform in the world premiere of a newly commissioned work "Shadow River” which was written for this event!

 

 

 

Price per participant is $36. This includes music, lunch, dinner and a Women Sing t-shirt. If you'll need a parking permit for an individual vehicle, that can be added for $2.50 (buses will not need a parking permit). 

Schedule:

9:00 a.m.  Rehearsal Begins
12:00 p.m. Lunch 
1:00 p.m. Rehearsal Resumes
5:30 p.m. Dinner
6:30 p.m. Performance in the Great Hall

The day will also include performances by UNI Voice Faculty and guests. 2022 performers and presenters will include: 

Michelle Monroe

  Michelle Monroe 

 

UNI Faculty will join Women Sing in the afternoon for a special panel to share their stories and fields of study: 

Morgan Anderson, Assistant Professor, Social Foundations of Education; Ann Bradfield, Associate Professor of Saxophone; Elizabeth Lefler, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology; Yasemin Sari, Assistant Professor of Philosophy; Jolene Zigarovich, Associate Professor, Department of Languages & Literatures

Morgan Anderson   Ann Bradfield   Elizabeth Lefler   Yasemin Sari    Jolene Zigarovich

Contact Amy Kotsonis for further information - amy.kotsonis@uni.edu