Research/Data

Fall 2020 Chorus Survey Response Summary

The Fall 2020 Chorus Survey collected data on the impact that COVID-19 continues to have on the choral field and how choruses are operating at this point in the pandemic. This report summarizes the general findings of that survey.

Chorus Operations Survey and COVID-19 Impact Report (2020)

The 2020 Chorus Operations Survey Report provides both information on pre-pandemic chorus operations and data that shows the initial impact of COVID-19 on independent nonprofit choruses.

Bach’s Rhetorical Intuition

A Response to Mattheson’s Criticism of Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis

This final issue before the American Choral Review transfers to a new home at the National Collegiate Choral Organization features a study of Bach’s use of rhetorical devices in Cantata Ich hatte viel Bekummnernis, BWV 21 and an interview with two singers from the ensemble New York Polyphony.

A Guide to the Choral Music of Stephen Paulus

In this issue of the Research Memorandum Series, Dr. Sean Linfors provides a brief history of Stephen Paulus’ compositional career, discusses some of his most beloved pieces, and catalogs Paulus’ complete choral works.

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Choral Music by American Composers for Treble Voices since 1988

Compiled by Dr. Jennifer Flory and Meagan W. Johnson, this issue highlights literature for treble choirs written by American composers in the last 30 years. The index is sorted by composer and will eventually be incorporated into a larger and more inclusive online database.

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Choral Conductors Today: An Updated Report

A Comparison of 2017 and 2005 Findings

Understanding more about choral conducting as an occupation can help choral conductors plan their careers and choral leaders make better decisions. This report uses data drawn from the survey responses of more than 600 conductors to examine conductors' career paths, training, responsibilities, salaries, and more. The full report highlights both important challenges and reasons to feel confident about the health of the profession, as well as updating and tracking data from Chorus America's first choral conductor survey over a decade ago.

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Intrinsic Impact Audience Project - Full Report

The Intrinsic Impact Audience Project is the first-ever systematic study of choral music audiences. The results shed light on what moves and motivates the people who attend choral music performances. In partnership with leading research and consulting firm WolfBrown, Chorus America has made the study and the surveying tools used available to the field to help all choruses create meaningful and engaging experiences for their communities.

Intrinsic Impact Audience Project - Executive Summary

 
The Intrinsic Impact Audience Project is the first-ever systematic study of choral music audiences. The results shed light on what moves and motivates the people who attend choral music performances. In partnership with leading research and consulting firm WolfBrown, Chorus America has made the study and the surveying tools used available to the field to help all choruses create meaningful and engaging experiences for their communities.

Fall 2020 Chorus Survey Responses: Children and Youth Choruses

The Fall 2020 Chorus Survey collected data on the impact that COVID-19 continues to have on the choral field and how choruses are operating at this point in the pandemic. This report provides detailed information on the responses of children and youth choruses.

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Fall 2020 Chorus Survey Responses: Volunteer Choruses with Budgets over $100,000

The Fall 2020 Chorus Survey collected data on the impact that COVID-19 continues to have on the choral field and how choruses are operating at this point in the pandemic. This report provides detailed information on the responses of volunteer choruses with budgets over $100,000.

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