Monday, August 20, 2012

Atlanta Orchestra - Choirs Cannot Sing At Christmas, They Are Too White

High School Choirs Banned From Singing Because They Are Too White

News One -- Of all of the things a chorus could be penalized for, you would never imagine that one could be banned from singing because it is too White.

But, according to WSB-TV, that is exactly the case for Cobb County’s Lassiter and Walton High School choruses.

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) told both schools that, because their choruses were not diverse enough, neither could sing at its annual Christmas concert.

“This year, the schools were informed by symphony officials that their choruses are not diverse enough, and that the symphony would be inviting a third, more diverse chorus,” said Cobb County Schools spokesman Jay Dillon.

WSB-TV sat down with the ASO president and CEO to explain the decision and work with those who disagreed with it. Here’s more on this story:

“We want the stages of the Atlanta Symphony, whether here, Verizon (Wireless Amphitheatre), or Chastain Park to reflect the diversity of Atlanta,” said ASO President Stanley Romanstein.

Entire column...

Blog author's comments - This is a shining example of liberalism. I do have to wonder if the president of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is a Democrat and Obama supporter. What's the chance that the ACLU will jump right on this and file a lawsuit against the ASO ? I don't think it will happen.

Stanley Romanstein said the two schools performed for four consecutive years, and they were marvelous. Apparently discrimination is acceptable to the left when it helps to accomplish their goals. This is the future. Does anyone believe the NAACP and all the liberals would find it all right if a choir was banned from singing because they were too black --"not diverse enough?"

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