On Episode 47, Rachael and Amanda go more in depth on the conversations surrounding diversity and inclusion with Jo Sahlin, a member of Olympia Chorus, SoundWave Quartet, and the Sweet Adelines International Diversity and Inclusion Task Force. In a time of upheaval and rapid change, this episode highlights the progress that has been made, what more is ahead, and some ideas on maintaining productive conversations.
Learn more about Sweet Adelines: https://sweetadelines.com/
This week on Episode 39, Amanda and Rachael talk all things barbershop with Amy Rose, the Social Media and Digital Communications Manager for Barbershop Harmony Society, a longtime member of Sweet Adelines International, and currently singing in Harmony, Incorporated quartet, Swing Theory.
Learn more about the Barbershop Harmony Society: www.barbershop.org
Learn more about Harmony, Inc.: https://www.harmonyinc.org/
Learn more about Swing Theory: https://www.facebook.com/swingtheoryquartet/
On Episode 26, Katie Mac of GQ & one of the newest employees of Barbershop Harmony Society sits down to chat (with her signature zeal!) all things barbershop and the positive impact “Everyone in Harmony” has had on her life and so many others.
And in honor of some birthday milestones, Rachael and Amanda talk getting older and why it’s not as scary as you might think!
Kari Francis has a long and storied a cappella history – from her college days with The Tritones and The Daughters of Triton to founding Musae to her most recent turn with the Sirens of Gotham – she has an unparalleled depth and breadth of knowledge. Check out what Kari has to say about her experience in a cappella and her thoughts on the roles female and female-identifying persons play!
Learn more about Kari on her website: https://www.karifrancis.com.