Abigail Berry


Why did you join Tonality?

I've been a singer my whole life, and I've sung in a lot of different vocal groups. I've come to associate choral music with some of my dearest, most cherished memories, and it's such an honor to be able to sing with such a wonderful group while exploring important issues.

Why do you feel a group like this is important?

Tonality takes choral music - art that hits us at such a deep, emotional level - and uses it as a vehicle to foster conversation about some of our most pressing social issues. There's something so fundamentally human about the sound of a choir, so it's a perfect way to take these really divisive issues and remind us that we're all just people, and we should be kind to each other.

What are you looking forward to in this upcoming concert?

This concert will be the first time in a while that I've been able to sing with a vocal group, and I'm so looking forward to the indescribable feeling of all of us breathing and singing together. I think it will be very moving to be feeling that while singing and connecting with our audience about something as important as equality for trans and non-binary people.