*** Welcome to the Virtual World Harmony Chorus ***

Established in 1999, the World Harmony Chorus is a community chorus that welcomes participants
of all ages and ability levels.  There are no auditions nor entrance requirements.

Click here to sign up for email notifications of Virtual WHC rehearsals.



Session 1: Mondays  7:00 - 8:15pm PDT  Sep 21 - Oct 26

Donation: $90/sliding scale. Nobody turned away for lack of funds.
Click here to register for the class

 


Session 2: Tuesdays  7:00 - 8:15pm PST  Nov 10 - Dec 15

Donation: $90/sliding scale. Nobody turned away for lack of funds.
Click here to register for the class

 



Daniel Steinberg has been collecting choral music from around the world for many years,
concentrating entirely on repertoire that is really fun and interesting to sing.
He has been leading Instant Chorus workshops at dance and music festivals
around the country for several years, and his supportive teaching style and
infectious enthusiasm make everyone feel welcome and comfortable.
Daniel founded the World Harmony Chorus in 1999, with groups in Mountain View,
Oakland, and Santa Cruz, and he continues to arrange music for all branches.

In addition to choir directing, Daniel plays piano and flute with the popular
traditional fiddle music ensemble Hillbillies from Mars, performs
Latin American music with Tierra Vieja, and has co-hosted a
radio talk show on food and cooking, called What's For Dinner?

Betsy Blakeslee has directed choruses in California, the Balkans, and NYC.
She founded Expressive Arts Refuge which has taken musicians, educators, and Arabic
speakers to run music programs at refugee camps in France, Greece, Lebanon, and Jerusalem.
Her Balkan chorus performed at the State of the World Forum and the UN Millenium Summit.
She has directed the Oakland branch of the World Harmony Chorus since 2008 and co-directs
the Virtual WHC with Daniel Steinberg.





  Virtual WHC is a project of Instant Harmony,
  a 501c3 organization whose mission is to promote
  peace and global awareness through the education
  and performance of world music.

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