Stone gives workshops at universities, high schools, community choirs, children's choirs, and for prison choirs across the country.
In her workshops, Stone teaches a number of songs with instruction in vocal tone, pronunciation, and movement, while providing an understanding of the music's historical and social context.
Workshops are a great educational opportunity for choirs, both in terms of learning about another culture's music, and in understanding how music can be directly connected to political and social change.
Workshops are tailored to the individual needs of the choir.
To inquire about scheduling a workshop, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What can business learn from music?
The University of Chicago Booth Business School hired Choral Director Mollie Stone, and Village Harmony Co-Director Patty Cuyler to create a pop-up choir to find out. In three hours, forty students, faculty, and staff learned to sing together and performed for a live audience. In this documentary film, Harry L. Davis (Roger L. and Rachel M. Goetz Distinguished Service Professor of Creative Management) and Mollie discuss the leadership lessons they learned.