Ana Hernández

composer, arranger, workshop facilitator, author, and mischief maker

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An occasional blog where anything can become a topic.

  • Big Chants Project – New From Ana

      Hi, Everyone, On May 21st, 2017, I begin recording my ninth album (Number 9, Number 9…), tentatively called The Big Chants Project—a mostly live recording of multi-part chants and Continues…

  • Eternal Spirit and Liturgical Dance

    Every now and again, a video pops up of someone, somewhere finding a use for my work. Thanks to Omega Dance Company, Carla DeSola, Choreographer, and Middle Church in NYC Continues…

  • Hold My Hope and the Religious Institute

    Check out the wealth of resources at the Religious Institute, a multifaith organization dedicated to advocating for sexual health, education, and justice in faith communities and society. More than 6,400 Continues…

  • Paperless Songs for Racial Reconciliation

      Tell Me                                                                                                Langston Hughes Why should it be my loneliness, Why should it be my song, Why should it be my dream deferred overlong? In his book The Fire Next Time, James Baldwin wrote “Color Continues…

  • Paperless Songs for Recovery from Addiction

    This post was written for the Music That Makes Community blog  on April 13, 2016   “Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we Continues…