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  • Eugene Rogers
    EXIGENCE, the new Sphinx Organization vocal ensemble, is dedicated to the belief that there is a great need—an exigence—for diversity in the arts and the world of choral music.
  • Portland Sympho...
    This fall, the Portland Symphonic Choir performed John Muehleisen's Pieta, and now has 130 copies of the scores available at cost. The scores are coil-bound on high-quality paper with black covers.
  • Trudy Miller
    FINALLY! A new release from SingersBabel of Hebrew diction resources for Bernstein's "Chichester Psalms." IPA, word-for-word English translation, poetic and slow recitation by David Rosenmeyer, in an innovative mp4 video format.  $19.99 or by...
  • Houston Show Choir
    Houston Show Choir is the new name of Houston Choral Showcase, a community show choir in Houston, to better reflect the style of music the group performs. In addition, with an expanded singer roster, there are now two performance ensembles within the...
  • Elanor Caunt
    Oxford University Press have launched a special choral competition, asking choirs to film themselves performing an OUP carol for the chance to win some great prizes. Performances will be judged on creativity and originality by a panel that will include...
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  • Jeanette MacCallum
    Vox Grata Women's Choir announces their Fall 2017 Concert Series, “Lifting the Veil:  Mystics, Maidens and Muses.”  This concert will be held twice: Tuesday, November 7 at Second Presbyterian Church, 3511 Blair Blvd., Nashville, TN and  Thursday,...
  • Dana M. Anderson
    The Heritage Signature Chorale, which recently completed its 17th anniversary of showcasing the music of African-American composers, Negro spirituals and “elevating the African-American singer and composer in all music genres,” is headed to perform in...
  • The Mendelssohn...
    The times they are a-changin’. At 109 years in operation, the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh is the city’s oldest performing arts organization, best known for its fine renditions of classical music. On January 25-28, 2018, however, the venerable...
  • Agoldberg
    In September, the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus had the distinct honor of performing both the world premiere and New York City premiere of the “Saint Bonaventure Mass” composed by Fabio Luisi. Maestro Luisi composed the work as a gift to St. Bonaventure...

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