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Cultivating Diversity and Inclusivity in Youth Choral Programs
Engaging with a diverse community requires partnerships, active listening, learning curves, reflection, and action. How can we make choir and musical activities appealing and inclusive for students of diverse backgrounds during such formative years, and how do we retain their involvement through elementary, middle, and high school? In this webinar Dr. Marcela Molina discusses how-through creative programming-choir programs can attract students from various backgrounds, along with strategies for recruitment and retention.

Feb 10, 2022 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Marcela Molina
Executive Director @Tucson Girls Chorus, AZ
Dr. Molina has been affiliated with the Tucson Girls Chorus since 2006, first serving as Artistic Director and taking the helm as Executive Director in 2011. Under Dr. Molina’s guidance, the Tucson Girls Chorus has grown significantly in program and community engagement. Born in Bogotá, Colombia, Dr. Marcela Molina holds degrees from Westminster Choir College and the University of Arizona. She has contributed articles to Antiphon, Teaching through Performance in Choir, Volume 2 and the upcoming book Choral Reflections: Insights from American Choral Conductor-Teachers. She was named 2019 Choral Director of the Year by AzACDA, and she often serves as a clinician and guest conductor for choral festivals. Dr. Molina has served on the board of the Arizona Choral Directors Association as well as standing committees for ACDA Western Division. She currently serves on the board of Chorus America.