360 degrees of Corazón

The 63 voices of Corazón encircled the inside of the Touchstones Gallery on the weekend for five sold-out concerts.

Last weekend the 63 members of Nelson’s Corazón sang five short concerts in the gallery at Touchstones. The singers encircled the gallery with the audience and a sculpture exhibit in the middle. Director Allison Girvan stood on a raised platform in the middle of the room with singers and audience surrounding her.

From left: Ashley Hall, Rose Merrell-Rorick, Indie Nelson, Maia Jorgensen, Ingrid Love, Gillian Wiley, and Leigha Calladine. All photos by Bill Metcalfe

Corazón’s director Allison Girvan with All the Animals I’ve Ever Eaten by Jude Griebel.

Jacob Erickson (left) and Sebastian Bodine

Bryce Harrison (left) and Espoir Segbeaya

Graham Jarvis-Lingard (left) and Michael Marsland.

From left: Rebecca Nolan, Soleil Babcock, Zoe Neudorf, Angela LaCroix, Roxanne Baker.

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