Katie is an ethnomusicologist who studies race and ethnicity in a variety of contexts including Mennonite music, American music, and European opera. She has taught classes on Western music history and world music, and she accompanies Suzuki recitals and school choirs. She leads singing at her church in Columbus, Ohio, and chairs the Intercultural Worship committee for the Voices Together project.
Anneli Loepp Thiessen
Anneli is an active song leader, classical musician, and music educator across Ontario. She is completing her PhD in Interdisciplinary Music Research at the University of Ottawa, where she studies women in contemporary worship music. Anneli is a graduate of Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg, MB, and holds her ARCT in Piano Performance and a graduate diploma in Arts Management from Queens University. She is the director for Ontario Mennonite Music Camp and the co-chair of the Popular Idioms Committee for Voices Together.
Benjamin Bergey is an active song leader and conductor. He is assistant professor of music at Eastern Mennonite University, where he conducts the choirs and orchestra and teaches music theory and conducting. In addition to serving as music editor for Voices Together, he is director of music at Harrisonburg Mennonite Church and conducts the Rapidan Orchestra.