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Our Member News feed spreads the word about what’s happening in the choral field. We encourage our members to post about premieres and commissions, awards and grants received, staff/board appointments, creative programming initiatives, recording and book releases, anniversaries, and any other notable items.

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  • Rhett
    Seraphic Fire's 14th Season (2015-2016) included three residencies in Washington, DC, New York, and Philadelphia, a collaboration with the New World Symphony, and saw a dramatic shift in its education and outreach program. The Annual Report gives...
  • Rachel Breeden
    Join the Cincinnati Children’s Choir for a national treble-voice festival on the beautiful University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music campus. The non-competitive festival will focus on a supportive, sharing environment under the direction of...
  • The Capital Hearings
    The Capital Hearings, a D.C.-based 14-member a cappella ensemble, announced 32-year old composer Charles Perryman (CWPerryman.com) as the winner of its 2016 Young Composers Competition. The Capital Hearings will premiere the piece at its sixth annual...
  • EGV
    The Farmington Valley Chorale (CT) recently prepared a slideshow of famous works of art (public domain) which highlight the texts and themes of Part I of Handel's Messiah. It was projected in a large hall to accompany their performance. The Chorale is...
  • Toronto Mendels...
    Now in its second year, the TMC Choral Composition Competition is open to unpublished Canadian composers. The winning composer will receive the Debbie Fleming Prize for Choral Composition, a cash award of $1,000. They will also have their work performed...
  • Toronto Mendels...
    The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir presents a season of inspiring choral music for 2016/17 – from an intimate a cappella performance to a grand oratorio with full orchestra. In November the Choir celebrates Noel Edison’s 20th season with one of his favourite...
  • andrea@DCINY.org
    Orchestral Conducting for the Choral Director The DCINY Mentoring Program removes the singers from the equation so conductors are able to focus on the instrumentalists. We have brought together an incredible faculty of conductors and some of New York’s...
  • Morna Edmundson
    Announcing a symposium for conductors of women’s choirs in June 2017.  As part of Elektra Women’s Choir’s 30th Anniversary celebrations next season and Los Angeles-based VOX Femina’s 20th, Elektra and VOX are collaborating to co-host a symposium for...
  • yvonne dolby
    ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra Announce August Auditions Phoenix, Ariz., June 28, 2016 – ProMusica Arizona will be holding auditions for both the Chorale and Orchestra at Crosswinds Presbyterian Church, 20125 N. 15th Ave, Phoenix 85027 on:...
  • Rhett
    As part of their 15th Anniversary Season, Seraphic Fire will appear with The Cleveland Orchestra in Miami and at Severance Hall in Cleveland.

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