23/24 Performance Season
You Are Not Alone
Tonality sings of the labels placed on those with mental illness. These fellow community members, treated as “different” reflect on our shame and feelings of misunderstanding.
This concert speaks through the eyes of poets and artists who have dealt or deal with mental illness issues. Additionally, the concert explores how we can be of support to members of our community who need
compassion, understanding, and validation.
Additionally, the concert will include spoken stories of those within our Los Angeles and Tonality community as well who are personally affected by these issues. We can heal and grow together, through our united story and bond through singing.
Put Down Your Guns
Tonality focuses on an active sense of peace as we come together to find solutions toward the epidemic of gun violence in this country.
This concert discusses issues related to gun violence in the United States. Some of the selections will
discuss, mass shootings, police brutality, the effects on victims, school shootings, and suicide prevention. We hope you will find a way to join us in the movement to work toward a way of life where this is no longer the norm.
Stories of Home
Tonality uses our collective voices to speak to stories of the displaced, focusing on immigration, refugees, or the rampant
experiences of homelessness.
Tonality uses our collective voices to speak to stories of the displaced, focusing on immigration, refugees, or the rampant experiences of homelessness. “Stories from Home,” takes the original Nativity story and
connects it with storiesof those in our society who are longing for home. Whether being displaced from a physical space or not feeling accepted or validated in one’s surroundings, we aim to find a way to be home to fellowmembers in our society who need it.