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Alumni, Stories

How ICC Tours Opened My Eyes

Abby Henkel Perfetti, ICC/IYC Alumna, 1996-2002 Growing up Unitarian Universalist, most of my family and school friends were liberal in politics and religion. When I joined ICC in 5th grade, I met more kids with conservative backgrounds and many different viewpoints […]
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Matthew Truss Story

by Henry Leck, ICC Founder and Conductor Laureate This is a story of the really, really, raw success of a guy named Matthew Truss. In the late 80s, there was a boy who heard about the Indianapolis Children’s Choir. He was recommended […]
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Alumni, Stories

Called to Be a Cantor

Julie Womack, ICC/IYC Alumna, 1998-2009 I was 13 years old and had just had my Bat Mitzvah (a religious ceremony for a Jewish girl to mark her Jewish adulthood) when I took my first tour with the ICC. I had never […]
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Alumni, Stories

What I Found at Pearl Harbor

Kate Gasiorowski, ICC/IYC Alumna 1998-2006 Kate Gasiorowski was a member of the ICC from 1998 to 2006. During her time with the ICC, she went on a Kantorei tour to Hawaii for the Pacific Rim Choral Festival where the choir had […]
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Ella Doesn’t Talk, But She Can Sing!

by Alyssa Prazeau, ICC Jubilate Parent When I tell people that my daughter, Ella, is a member of the Jubilate Choir, their first reaction is, “But Ella doesn’t talk!” The second response is, “That is really cool that she can be […]
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