The six degree singers are making a second album!

To celebrate a decade together we decided to record an album of greatest hits, but to make our dream a reality we need support from you! We are launching a large CD fundraiser later in March, but first we wanted to kick off the fundraising with this awesome t-shirt featuring our cover artwork!

With this campaign we want to accomplish 3 tasks:

1. Spread the word about our upcoming album and our official CD fundraiser launching later in March.
2. Share our awesome album cover artwork with you.
3. Celebrate your support and membership of the greater Six Degree Singers community!

Whether you are a choir member or former member, have made a donation in the past, attended one of our concerts, or are supporting us for the first time by donating right now, you chose to support us in some way. For that we say Thank You!

The proceeds of this t-shirt fundraiser will go toward recording and creating our album. Stay tuned for our official CD fundraiser launching later in March!

Not interested in owning another t-shirt that might not fit in your drawer? No problem! You can still donate directly through this campaign, wait until the launch of our official CD fundraiser, or donate on our website!

This fundraiser ends March 13th so don’t wait!
Purchase your t-shirt today!


Six Degree Singers is a vibrant community choir of about 45 young adult performers dedicated to making quality music and bringing it to the Washington, D.C.-area through performances, volunteer work and musical education.

Six Degree Singers before their Spring 2018 concert, A Whole Village, at Hughes United Methodist Church

Six Degree Singers before their Spring 2018 concert, A Whole Village, at Hughes United Methodist Church


My Soul's Been Anchored in the Lord - Traditional Spiritual, arr. Carol Barnett
Video courtesy of Arts Laureate

Notes: Carol Barnett was composer-in-residence for the Dale Warland Singers from 1991– 2001 and they commissioned My soul’s been anchored in the Lord in 2001. This challenging arrangement of a traditional African-American spiritual features 8-part divisi and complex syncopated rhythms, which energize the piece, but also sometimes make it difficult to feel the beat, creating an conflicting “unanchored” feeling to “my soul’s been anchored in the Lord.” In the end, though, the choir finds their anchor, leading to an energetic close to the piece.

 

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