Noteworthy: A Reminder that "Art Should Not Always Be Comfortable"

04.19.16

Noteworthy: A Reminder that "Art Should Not Always Be Comfortable"

A powerful piece based on the dying words of African-American men killed in police encounters is an opportunity to reflect on universal issues of love, loss, and our shared humanity. Read more

Practice, Practice, Practice

04.06.16

Practice, Practice, Practice

Choral conductors and singers share their own practicing best practices

What does it take to get to Carnegie Hall? Or to a memorable choral performance? Everyone knows the answer. But many are the music scores that sit unattended in car trunks between rehearsals. And many are the frustrated choral conductors who wish their singers would put in the time that the music deserves. Read more

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 Mary Henriques, executive director of the Pensacola Children's Chorus. Read more

Making the case for your school choir.