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Managing Time So You Have More of It

If your day is spent managing a chorus, then you know all too well how Murphy’s Law and the ongoing needs of your staff and board can exacerbate the ability to get your own work done.

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Alice Parker: Reflections on a Life Lived in Song

Alice Parker, one of America's most beloved and respected composers, conductors, and educators in choral music, reflects on her long and productive life in music—one decade at a time.

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Many Roads To Choral Conducting

Powerful early experiences set conductors on career paths with unusual twists and turns. Several conductors recount how they got their start.

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