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Diverse Harmony In 2005, Seattle's pride week theme was “The Courage to Love,” and Diverse Harmony again performed, sharing the stage with the Seattle Men's Chorus and the Seattle Women’s Chorus. In 2006, the theme was "Believe," and the chorus presented at Seattle's First Baptist Church. In 2006, Diverse Harmony also performed at the Interfaith Pride Service, celebrating Washington state's new Anti-Discrimination Law and the victory of "Andersen v. King County".
Diverse Harmony Diverse Harmony's spring concert on May 30, 2008, was "Awake!," utilizing spirituality themes and exploring the human condition; "a musical collage that journey[ed] from a dark past, through a better today, and into a hopeful tomorrow." This was also reflected in their artistic poster, created by chorus members, incorporating, among other iconic symbols, a rainbow, likely in reference to the rainbow flag.
Diverse Harmony The June 2011 show was "Double Shots & Forget-Me-Nots," a performance covering themes of acceptance and self-worth while dealing with the contemporary issues of homophobia, transphobia, bullying, and youth suicide. This original show, written by Diverse Harmony choristers Kat Miller and Adam Quillian, included musical numbers "The Gospel of Google" and "Not a Fairy Tale."
Diverse (rapper) Kenny Jenkins, better known by his stage name Diverse, is an American rapper. An underground hip hop artist, he has received critical acclaim "from knowledgeable heads worldwide".
Diverse (rapper) Both Prefuse 73 and RJD2 contributed tracks to Diverse's 2003 debut full-length, "One A.M." Prefuse 73's contributions were the ambient-flavored beats for "Jus Biz," "Leaving," and the interlude "Amberglis." RJD2's work on the album is some of the most directly rock- and funk-influenced work of his career. Other producers who contributed to the project were K-Kruz, Overflo, and Madlib. Guest appearances were made by Cannibal Ox's Vast Aire, the fierce Jean Grae, and Quannum Projects' Lyrics Born. Two of Diverse's songs from his "One A.M." album, "Blindman," produced by K-Kruz, and "Explosive (Caural Mix)," were featured on the soundtrack of Capcom's 2006 game Final Fight Streetwise for the PlayStation 2 and the Xbox. Also featured on the soundtrack was "Wylin' Out (RJD2 Remix)" with Mos Def. The song "Certified" was also featured in THUG2. In the same year, Diverse was featured on the track "Gray Scale" by Montreal-area DJ Ghislain Poirier. In 2005, Diverse teamed with a Detroit-based crew called Lawless Element, appearing on a track called "...Something." Magnif, the producer associated with Lawless Element, is among those working with Diverse on his second full-length, "Round About".
Diverse (rapper) Diverse's second album will be called "Round About". The few published progress reports on it have indicated the continued contributions of Madlib, K-Kruz, and Prefuse 73 and also involvement from Oh No, Sa-Ra Creative Partners, Hezekiah, and the late J Dilla. Featured guest performers are slated to include Gift of Gab (of Blackalicious), Strange Fruit Project, Invincible, and The Hypnotic. As of May 31, Diverse is said to be wrapping up production on the album.
Diverse Harmony Diverse Harmony is made up of roughly 60 choristers. The group accepts young people ages 13–22, regardless of sexual orientation.
Diverse Harmony On March 1, 2004, KOMO-TV's Brook Stanford became Diverse Harmony's Companis "mission worker," serving as the community outreach director. In 2004, Diverse Harmony opened Seattle's pride week at Saint Mark Episcopal Cathedral with "Let There Be Pride" and shared the bill with the Seattle Women's Chorus. Diverse Harmony is a member of the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses (GALA Choruses), and was the first youth chorus to participate in a GALA Choruses Festival. The chorus has performed twice at the International music festival put on by the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses; in 2004, at the Place des Arts in Montreal, Quebec, and again in 2008, at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, Florida. Through these associations, they became one of four choirs predominantly featured in the independent film "Why We Sing," which has been screened at LGBT film festivals and on 300 PBS stations across the United States.
Diverse Harmony Diverse Harmony also performed at Gay Games VII in Chicago, making them the first youth choir ever to perform at the Gay Games. On June 2, 2007, their annual concert featured actress Alexandra Billings. On October 19, 2006, Diverse Harmony was the beneficiary of "One Night Only," a "gala cabaret evening" and the last performances at Thumpers, a popular performance venue.
Diverse Recourse Diverse Recourse is a 2007 release from Underground hip hop producer Joe Beats. It is considered a sequel to 2002's "Reverse Discourse".