Vocalists sought for women's group, Making Waves
- [I'm forwarding this for a friend. Please reply to the number below. JR]
>Seeking harmony goddesses!
>for original acapella ensemble MAKING WAVES:
>Do you love to sing, rehearse, and perform with other women? Can you blend
>in intricate harmony, then jump into a vocal rhythm or an improvisational
>lead? Does your voice express your heart, your passion, and your
>convictions (whether or not you write songs)? Can you commit to a weekly
>rehearsal, and to performing at a variety of venues several times a month,
>and occasional out-of-town gigs (eventually building up to a tour)? Can you
>rehearse in the presence of chocolate? (the chocolate's optional)
>If so, then Making Waves may be for you! Making Waves members who also
>write acapella songs are welcome to bring their own songs into the group
>(although that's not required, as long as you can improvise harmonies).
>Ability to read music is not important, but a good ear for creating and
>singing harmony is. Creating that sweet, soulful, and rockin' blend of
>voices to express and inspire personal and social change!
>Making Waves: Singing out truth in multiple-part harmony
>This women's acapella group was organized by Rose Street House of Music
>Producer Irina Rivkin to record an original song (Making Waves), which aired
>on KPFA, in support of this community radio station's struggle. The group
>continued, in several different incarnations, to inspire audiences at venues
>such as Freight and Salvage, Luna Sea, Rose St. House of Music, Ashkenaz,
>East Bay Pride, and La Peña. They have shared stages with Gwen Avery,
>Rebecca Riots, Margie Adams, Gwen Avery, Alice Di Micele, Irene Farrera, &
>For info, please call Irina at (510) 524-3545 (before 11 p.m.)
>Feel free to pass this announcement on!