Ana Hernández

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

Tag Archives: Singing

An occasional blog where anything can become a topic.

  • 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…

  • Finding Our Voices

    This is an article I wrote for the Episcopal Church Foundation published last week in their Vestry Papers series. The title and section headings were chosen by them. The writing Continues…

  • Esperanza Academy Summer Music Camp

    I spent last week at Adelynrood Retreat and Conference Center in Byfield, MA with the entering 5th grade class of Esperanza Academy in Lawrence, MA. Esperanza is a free tuition Continues…

  • Bread, Roses, and Esperanza por Todos

    I’m just beginning work on a project with The Esperanza Academy in Lawrence, MA, a middle school for girls. Holy synchronicity, Batman! It just so happens that today is the Continues…