Hi Carolyn,

I didn't get to tell you just how much I enjoyed the concert tonight. I really loved the combined works and appreciated the difficulty of your choir's solo numbers. They did a fantastic job and you must be pleased. The Requiem was so well done and so different from others I've heard. I am sure it is because it was for the living. What a different take. I think watching you conduct with such passion gave me as much pleasure as hearing the music. Thank you, your choirs and orchestra for giving a memorable program.

I was happy to see your collaboration with PCC. I have great respect for Ron Carpenter and PCC. My middle daughter sang under him for one year before deciding she couldn't do that and club sports at the same time. Good call as both required a lot of commitment of time and energy. It was a wonderfully enriching year of music for her. That year they traveled to Hermosillo Mexico, a sister city to Phoenix. I was lucky to go along as a chaperone.

All the best to you in the final concerts of your season and congratulations on Carnegie Hall. What an honor and an achievement! Thank you for the opportunity to sing as a united voice at the close of your concert. One can not underestimate the importance of music and arts to a civilized society.

Name withheld by request

Thank you, Carolyn, for a moment of grace yesterday. Nice to have the opportunity to better know the singers. Lovely people.

I'll send another reminder to our Art Renaissance "constituency" regarding your coming concert in Carefree. See you next Saturday. 


It was a spiritual experience your voices. Thank you for sharing your talent with the John C. Lincoln community. Thank you for going out of your way to bring words of joy and peace to the hearts and minds of patients, families and staff. Thank you Andy and Rex for this wonderful gift.

Ana R. Higbee-Barzola, M.Div, BCC
Chaplain Services Coordinator
Honor Health John C. Lincoln Medical Center

Ana R. Higbee-Barzola