Chorus

Fall 2020 season starting soon!

Calling all folks 18+ who love to sing:

 

We are excited to announce that chorus rehearsals will be in person for the Fall 2020 season.

During the first rehearsal, we will go over:

  • Safety precautions for this semester
  • Music selections
  • Rehearsal and registration details ($35 semester fee to cover music and pianist fees)

IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ

BRING YOUR OWN CHAIR (CHAIRS WILL NOT BE PROVIDED)

WEAR YOUR OWN FACE SHEILD (WE WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH ONE IF YOU DO NOT HAVE YOUR OWN)

FEEL FREE TO WEAR A MASK IF YOU WOULD PREFER

I look so forward to seeing you all there!

Lisa Blasi

Come join us on Tuesday, August 25th at 6:00pm for our first rehearsal/information session!

This will be held at the My First Piano Store in Gilbert, AZ.

1166 S Gilbert Rd STE 113, Gilbert, AZ 85296

Located in Gilbert Town Square on Gilbert Rd. just south of Warner

All are welcome to rehearsals, regardless of experience or talent. For more info, contact Lisa Blasi at chorus@brevityart.org or click the contact button below!

 

Why Chorus?

Have you heard that when a group of people sing together, their heartbeats align? That is such a beautiful representation of what community art does to bridge gaps between people. Our chorus is about sharing musical pieces from different cultures and eras to celebrate what connects us all: our humanity.

No experience necessary

Learn music theory basics

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Learn great singing technique

Open to everyone ages 16 and up

Meet the Director

A New York native, Lisa Blasi moved to the Valley of the Sun to study Music at Arizona State University where she completed her Undergraduate and Graduate degrees in Music Education. Lisa also received all three levels of Orff training at ASU. She has had the privilege of teaching K-12th Grade Music in various school settings throughout Arizona. In 2015, she was awarded a grant to open up a performing arts school for underprivileged students in Mesa called Bellas Artes Performing Arts School. Lisa is passionate about teaching proper vocal technique with an Orff and Kodaly emphasis and is currently writing a curriculum on creating an active and engaging elementary choral classroom. She greatly enjoys the opportunity to share ideas from her teaching experience with fellow music teachers at National Conferences and Orff chapters across the country.  Lisa believes that movement and kinesthetic awareness greatly aid the developing voice causing it to grow and flourish.

Come Sing with Us!

Email Lisa at chorus@brevityart.org

I was walking into this knowing nothing, but Lisa’s a good teacher and I don’t feel that nervous here! We’re not working on super complicated stuff – it’s just fun and easy enough to do.

– Andy Izard