Recently, I posted about John Probst of Quincy's Le Panache Chorale, one of the regular groups at the Ecumenical Choir Festival in May.
Last night I got to speak with a member of the choir from the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Northern Nevada, which was conspicuous by its absence from this year's ECF. She tells me the choir was undergoing a change in directors, which is why they weren't there this year. She hopes they'll return in May 2012, and so do we!
Maybe our choirs don't share doctrine or beliefs, but at least we can all sing together, and what's wrong with that? Then again, that's the whole purpose of the ECF.