Illuminating Early Music

02.11.16

Illuminating Early Music

When done right, these choral directors say, early music transcends its intimidating reputation and connects with audiences. Read more

El Sistema For Choruses

01.27.16

El Sistema For Choruses

New choral programs are embracing Venezuela's El Sistema model to reach children in America's underserved neighborhoods. Read more

Meet A Member: Mary Henriques, Pensacola Children's Chorus

01.21.16

Meet A Member: Mary Henriques, Pensacola Children's Chorus

Each month, Chorus America president and CEO Catherine Dehoney sits down to have a conversation over the phone with one of our members. This January, she spoke with met Mary Henriques, executive director of the Pensacola Children's Chorus. Read more

When Extreme Weather Threatens a Concert

12.30.15

When Extreme Weather Threatens a Concert

Choruses share stories about making decisions and contingency plans when faced with inclement weather on concert days.

Has bad weather caused you to scramble at the last minute to cancel or salvage a performance? If you have never been forced to react to this type of scenario before, it is a good idea to have a plan in place should it ever occur. These choruses shared their first-hand experiences of dealing with major complications brought on by Mother Nature. Read more

Meet a Donor: Greg Funfgeld, Bach Choir of Bethlehem

12.16.15

Meet a Donor: Greg Funfgeld, Bach Choir of Bethlehem

Each month, Chorus America has been profiling one of our members in our new Meet A Member series. For December, to mark the season of giving, we changed things up a little bit and interviewed one of Chorus America's long-time donors: Greg Funfgeld, artistic director of the Bach Choir of Bethlehem. Read more

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