Going the Distance

07.30.15

Going the Distance

Taking Carmina Burana Across Continents and Cultures

In May, the Choral Arts Society of Washington (CASW) embarked on a two-week tour of China. The symphonic chorus teamed up with the Qingdao Symphony Orchestra on its own domestic tour, giving performances of Carmina Burana in the cities of Qingdao, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Hong Kong. Read more

Commissioning Journeys: A Collaborative Meditation on the Civil Rights Movement

07.22.15

Commissioning Journeys: A Collaborative Meditation on the Civil Rights Movement

With the 2015 premiere of Rise, a cantata about race in America, Cantate Chamber Singers took a collaborative approach to an important issue. Read more

Noteworthy: A Rare Piece for Women's Chorus and Orchestra

06.05.15

Noteworthy: A Rare Piece for Women's Chorus and Orchestra

Committed to the expansion of repertoire for women's voice, Beth Willer was particulary struck by one flexible and enticing piece. Read more

The Magic of the Right Match

03.25.15

The Magic of the Right Match

How to navigate the process of finding, hiring, and working with soloists.  Read more

Get to Know Chorus America’s New President & CEO

03.23.15

Get to Know Chorus America’s New President & CEO

This March, Chorus America welcomes Catherine Dehoney as the organization’s new President and CEO. Catherine brings a wealth of arts management and fundraising experience to the position—and after years of leading our development efforts, she's no stranger to the Chorus America family! Here she shares some thoughts about choruses today, her first priorities on the job, and why singing is her favorite team sport. Read more

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