What Does Arts Advocacy Look Like in Washington?

03.22.18

What Does Arts Advocacy Look Like in Washington?

Chorus America communications manager Mike Rowan represented our organization and the choral field at Arts Advocacy Day 2018, and came back with some insider tips on how the process works in our nation’s capital. Read more

Women Who Inspire

03.07.18

Women Who Inspire

In honor of International Women’s Day, we asked some of the leading women in the Chorus America community to tell us about the women who inspire their work. Here are their answers. Read more

Making Your Chorus Welcoming for Transgender Singers

12.30.17

Making Your Chorus Welcoming for Transgender Singers

Choruses seek to foster an open, welcoming culture, but some practices can exclude and cause pain for transgender singers. Here are some steps your chorus can take to avoid them. Read more

'We live off the beaten path': The Challenges of Finding Great Community Chorus Repertoire

12.30.17

'We live off the beaten path': The Challenges of Finding Great Community Chorus Repertoire

For any chorus, finding the right repertoire can be an imposing task. But the process is especially difficult for community choruses. Why is the search so hard for them, how do they deal with the obstacles, and what more can be done to help these ensembles locate the music that’s right for them? Read more

Making the case for your school choir.