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Rise Up 

I wrote this song during The Women’s March On Washington in January 2017, the day after the inauguration of President Trump. Around 673 marches took place worldwide, on all seven continents. “We’re singing out now so you can hear us coming!” Thanks to the wonderful members of Golden Bridge Choir for participating & a special shout out to Ysaye Barnwell, Melanie Demore, Arnae Batson, Moira Smiley, Sally Dworsky , Shireen Amini & Emma’s Revolution for joining me in song!

The Spirit Is My Home

This beautiful song, "The Spirit Is My Home" is by Anders Nyberg, conductor, composer, poet, walker and Oscar-nominated script-writer. He is a native of Sweden and also a citizen of South-Africa. You can find his work here:  https://www.andersmikaelnyberg.com 

This video was part of our 30th concert which took place in December of '21. It shows 44 choir members. We had 83 in virtual choir this session, some were unable to participate in the video, many were able to record audio files and many choir members sang multiple parts. All together  you will hear 160 voices !!

In May  of 2021 the Golden Bridge choir performed our 29th concert - our 2nd virtual concert-


Our virtual membership expanded to include the UK, Canada, Sweden, Alaska and folks from all across the US .

The concert included 2  sign language interpreters, Michelle Banks & Jill Sege - and many special guests. 

Here are the 4 virtual videos created for the concert. 


Arnaé Batson is a GRAMMY nominated singer, songwriter and culture carrier who serves as artistic director of Voices Raised LA Vocal Collective, a grassroots acapella vocal ensemble created to sing at peaceful progressive protests for civil and environmental equity.  

Arnaé is also founder of The SSING Network™ (Sharing Songs ~ Inspiring Neighborhood Gatherings), a non-profit that promotes harmonious connection through heart-healing communal acapella singing.  


Lili Haydn is a Grammy winner, acclaimed for her recordings as a solo artist and also  known for her legendary collaborations. She has played violin, sung and opened for everyone from Herbie Hancock to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and George Clinton's P-Funk All Stars to name a few.  Lili has been a life long activist and believes music and stories have the power to heal and uplift; important now more than ever.   http://lilihaydn.com