The Voice magazine

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Bronze AwardChorus America's award-winning quarterly magazine, The Voice, highlights chorus news, artistic initiatives in the choral world, and advice and commentary on the business of running a successful chorus. The Voice is distributed to more than 4,000 choral leaders throughout North America. It is published in Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter; ISSN 1074-0805. Browse articles and past issues in the tabs below.

Editor, Liza W. Beth
Managing Editor, Don Lee 

Articles

 

Exuberant Voices

Exuberant Voices

Don Lee | Impact/Value, Performance, Schools, Singing

High school choral festivals engage teens, produce powerful music, and leave a lasting impact. Read more

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Empower Your Board for Fundraising Success

Empower Your Board for Fundraising Success

Susan Howlett | Fundraising, Management/Leadership

A clear development strategy turns reluctant board members into inspired fundraisers. Read more

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Five Truths about Marketing that May Not Be True

Five Truths about Marketing that May Not Be True

Chorus America Staff | Management/Leadership, Marketing/Public Relations

Chad M. Bauman, arts marketing expert and managing director of the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, looks at some often-repeated “truisms” about marketing. His data-driven advice may surprise you.  Read more

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Taking It on the Road: Tips for Touring

Taking It on the Road: Tips for Touring

Kathryn Mueller | Governance, Management/Leadership, Operations

Are you considering a first tour for your chorus? Here are more tips from tour companies and choruses for making it the best possible experience for your members and your organization. Read more

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Travel Tips

Travel Tips

Chorus America Staff | Management/Leadership, Performance

Tour company executives answer questions posed by Chorus America members. Read more

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My Touring Story

My Touring Story

Chorus America Staff | Impact/Value, Singing

Chorus America members share personal stories about touring experiences that made a big impact. Read more

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Taking It on the Road: Touring for Choruses

Taking It on the Road: Touring for Choruses

Kathryn Mueller | Governance, Impact/Value, Management/Leadership, Operations

Choruses and tour companies share their wisdom about touring. Read more

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Making Choruses Cool(er)

Making Choruses Cool(er)

A Conversation with Deke Sharon and Josh Habermann

Chorus America Staff | Impact/Value, Innovation, Performance, Repertoire, Singing

At the opening session of Chorus America’s 2014 Conference, conductor Josh Habermann and a cappella pioneer Deke Sharon talked about new trends in vocal music and breaking down boundaries between the classical and pop worlds. Read more

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7 Tips for Photographing Your Chorus

7 Tips for Photographing Your Chorus

Liza Beth | Marketing/Public Relations

These tips from choruses and the photographers they work with will help you get images that represent your organization at its best. Read more

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Making Choruses Cool(er): Audience Takeaways

Making Choruses Cool(er): Audience Takeaways

Chorus America Staff | Impact/Value, Innovation, Performance, Repertoire, Singing

Chorus America members reflect on what Josh and Deke’s thoughts mean to them and their work in the choral field. Read more

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Issues

 

Summer 2009: Volume 32, #4

Summer 2009: Volume 32, #4

May 31, 2009

In addition to sporting a new logo and masthead, the print issue includes the second in our "Spotlight on Innovation" series: an in-depth exploration of VocalEssence's Eric Whitacre Extravaganza, which engaged thousands of young people via community...Read more

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Spring 2009: Volume 32, #3

Spring 2009: Volume 32, #3

February 28, 2009

The print issue includes the first installment in our "Spotlight on Innovation" series, a profile of Conspirare featuring interviews with Craig Hella Johnson and several of the early members of the professional choir whose members come from across the U....Read more

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Winter 2008-09: Volume 32, #2

Winter 2008-09: Volume 32, #2

December 31, 2008

The print issue includes a feature article on the rewards for choruses who have made the extra effort to accommodate singers with disabilities, an essay by Chorus America Chairman Todd Estabrook on the value of arts in times of crisis, a primer on key...Read more

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Fall 2008: Volume 32, #1

Fall 2008: Volume 32, #1

August 31, 2008

The print issue includes an interview with Murray Sidlin about conducting "Verdi at Terezin," interviews with parents about the value of singing in a children's chorus for their child, David Styers of BoardSource on how to recruit younger board members,...Read more

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Summer 2008: Volume 31, #4

Summer 2008: Volume 31, #4

May 31, 2008

The print issue includes a feature article about women in choral conducting, an essay on the importance of branding your messaging, advice on how and when to speak from the podium, a reflection on the ways that ego can be used for good, Catherine Dehoney...Read more

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Spring 2008: Volume 31, #3

Spring 2008: Volume 31, #3

February 28, 2008

The print issue includes a feature article on strategies for working with aging voices, a preview of the 2008 National Performing Arts Convention, a brief reflection on the short-lived TV show "Clash of the Choirs," an essay about innovation as a way of...Read more

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Winter 2007-08: Volume 31, #2

Winter 2007-08: Volume 31, #2

December 31, 2007

The print issue includes an in-depth feature article on choosing the best management software for your chorus, an essay by Alice Parker about the importance of text in choral music, Bess Foley on chairing the finance committee, an essay on engaging...Read more

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Fall 2007: Volume 31, #1

Fall 2007: Volume 31, #1

August 31, 2007

The print issue includes former NEA Chairman Dana Gioia's provocative 2007 commencement address at Stanford University, an examination of the benefits and value found in choruses for senior citizens, Mary Ann de Barbieri on the roles and responsibilities...Read more

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Summer 2007: Volume 30, #4

Summer 2007: Volume 30, #4

May 31, 2007

The print issue includes a roundtable discussion on commissioning with leaders of the major composer organizations, a survey of choruses with specific and powerful missions, an essay on the importance of carefully crafted mission statements, a reflection...Read more

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Spring 2007: Volume 30, #3

Spring 2007: Volume 30, #3

February 28, 2007

The print issue includes a discussion of ways choruses can work to more accurately reflect their communities, profiles of choir couples, an excerpt from Chorus America's new book, Conductors Count, and an essay on the virtues of choral music.Read more

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