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  • Angela Duryea
    On Sunday, May 19, the Young People’s Chorus of New York City (YPC) in partnership with the Shallaway Children’s Choir from Newfoundland presents “Balancing Bubbles,” curated by 2019 Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Ellen Reid and YPC Artistic Director/...
  • Fort Worth Chor...
    It gives us great pleasure to announce that Fort Worth Chorale has chosen Dr. Karen Kenaston-French as our new Artistic Director! She is in her 10th year as Associate Professor and Director of Choral Activities at the University of Texas Arlington, where...
  • Westley Holiday
    Empire City Men's Chorus, ECMC is proud to celebrate its 25th anniversary to pay homage to the thousands of singers, listeners, collaborators, commissions, and catalogue of events that havecreated the foundation of who we are today. 
  • Cortlandt Fengler
    Cappella SF, in a co-commission with the Swedish Radio Choir, Tapiola Choir of Finland and the Westdeutsche Rundfunk Chor, presented Time, a new work by 27-year old Jakob Mühlrad on February 24, 2019. Time is a 20-minute piece for mixed choir up to 16...
  • Brandon Elliott
    IRVINE, CA — Jordan Kuspa has been selected as Choral Arts Initiative's first-ever Executive & Development Associate, making this the second inaugural position filled in three months. A Palo Alto native with an extensive background in leadership,...
  • Cortlandt Fengler
    Cappella SF is delighted to announce the release of its fourth album, MASS TRANSMISSION: CHORAL WORKS BY MASON BATES, a collaboration of conductor and composer. This is the world-premiere recording of the work from which the album takes its name, Mass...
  • Annie Mendez
    The Miami Children’s Chorus has provided choral singing instruction to children and youth in Miami-Dade County since 1965! Originally The Miami Choral Society, the organization offered both adult and youth choral ensembles. When Timothy A. Sharp started...
  • Larry Collins
    Acappellago (Chicago, IL) presented three world premieres in a March 16, 2019 concert including two works by William Maskloske of Hawthorn Woods, IL,  a member of the ensemble: "Into the World" & "The Plane" as well as "Sun & Clouds," the 2nd...
  • David Avshalomov
    World Premiere of NIGUN PROPHECY, concert band with singers. Here is the video of the premiere, which I conducted last week at St. Mary's University of Minnesota. The piece is based on 3 traditional Jewish nigunim (wordless syllable-songs), each one...
  • MusicforAll
    Jason Max Ferdinand, Conductor of the Oakwood Aeolians, has been named Associate Artistic Director of the Music for All National Choir Festival, alongside Artistic Director Henry Leck.

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