Our Online Choir Experience

Our Online Choir Experience

Our Online Choir Experience By Jörg and Tish Stangl  |  Board Member & Participant  |  Voices in Motion As a lifelong chorister, Tish benefits immensely from the opportunity to rekindle her passion for singing. There is something very powerful that occurs when...
What ViM Means to Me: Geraldine Meagher

What ViM Means to Me: Geraldine Meagher

What ViM Means to Me By Geraldine Meagher |  Participant  |  Voices in Motion When I joined Voices in Motion in January 2020 as a “friend” of the choir, I found what I was looking for – a welcoming group of people singing in beautiful harmony together – and no...
What ViM Means to Me: Wendy and Ken Patterson

What ViM Means to Me: Wendy and Ken Patterson

What ViM Means to Me By Wendy and Ken Patterson  |  Participants  |  Voices in Motion For Ken, VIM was initially all about the singing. In grade school, when his voice was changing, his music teacher banished him from choir and sent him off to a supplemental math...
What ViM Means to Me: Erica Phare-Bergh

What ViM Means to Me: Erica Phare-Bergh

What ViM Means to Me By Erica Phare-Bergh  |  Artistic Director  |  Voices in Motion I’ve been blessed to experience many wonderful choral communities in my 34 years of directing choirs, but the choristers of Voices in Motion are family. What began as a research...

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