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Acappellago Premieres

Acappellago Premieres

patricia m smith | Repertoire

Acappellago's December 2015 concerts featured several premieres including the world premiere of "Christmastide" by Matthew Orlovich and the US premiere of Sean Doherty's 2014 "Choir & Organ" winner, "A Nywe Werk." The concert also included the...Read more

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Voces Novae to work with a Kentucky Arts Council advisor

Voces Novae to work with a Kentucky Arts Council advisor

Marian M Taylor | Management/Leadership

Voces Novae, a 50-voice auditioned chorale in Louisville, Kentucky, successfully applied for assistance under a program of the Kentucky Arts Council. The program supplies up to six hours of consulting time to be provided by a member of a roster of...Read more

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Choral Chameleon Releases First Music Video - 'Stars' by Jeffrey Parola

Choral Chameleon Releases First Music Video - 'Stars' by Jeffrey Parola

Nicole Belmont | General

https://youtu.be/a698PqP5gKY The piece was commissioned by New-York based Choral Chameleon in 2009, during Jeffrey Parola's tenure as inaugural composer-in-residence and has become a favorite amongst our repertoire.  The music is a setting of Robert...Read more

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Member David Avshalomov wins American Prize for Composition 2015

Member David Avshalomov wins American Prize for Composition 2015

David Avshalomov | Awards, Composing/Commissioning, Conducting, Professional, Repertoire

Chorus America member David Avshalomov has just won First Place in the American Prize 2015 competition for Band Composition. The winning work was "Vignettes," a suite of supershort high-character miniatures for reduced scoring based on his findings from...Read more

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Happy Holidays from DCINY!

Happy Holidays from DCINY!

iris@DCINY.org |

DCINY wishes Chorus America and all colleagues a happy holiday season! We made a fun holiday video for everyone and you can watch it at: Read more

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Symphonic Chorale Appoints Artistic Director

Symphonic Chorale Appoints Artistic Director

Fran Thomas | Management/Leadership

The Symphonic Chorale of Southwest Florida began its fifth season with a new artistic director. The Chorale selected Dr. Trent Brown to take up the baton of Dr. Timothy McDonnell who stepped down to explore opportunities​ in other parts of...Read more

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Buffalo Choral Arts Society Celebrates 50th Anniversary Season by Welcoming Dr. Z. Randall Stroope to the Podium in June 2016

Buffalo Choral Arts Society Celebrates 50th Anniversary Season by Welcoming Dr. Z. Randall Stroope to the Podium in June 2016

WNYSinger | CA News, Composing/Commissioning, Performance

Buffalo Choral Arts Society, under the direction of Marcia A. Giambrone, is celebrating its 50th season in style.  On October 24, 2015, members kicked off the milestone season with an inspired concert performance at the Fall Conference of the New...Read more

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