Corporate Support

Corporate sponsors gain visibility and access to an influential audience of conductors, administrators, chorus board members, and singers. Chorus America offers unique and customized sponsorship opportunities for businesses and corporations, including year-round support for a specific program or short professional development events. There are a variety of giving level to fit your specific needs. 

Learn more about sponsorship benefits with Chorus America.


Help choral professionals gain new non-profit management skills and connect with leaders in the field.  Your gift also helps to highlight choral communities across the country through the presentation of choral performance and concerts. Learn more.


With you support you can give emerging choral conductors the opportunity to get the best hand-on choral/orchestral conducting training from the field’s leading conductors.  This week-long workshop offers advanced education and enrichment opportunities to prepare choral conductors for lifetime professional conducting careers. Learn more.


Chorus America believes that choruses make communities stronger. We also believe that the best way to help choruses be effective in their community-building work is to gain a better understanding of how issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are affecting their communities and the choral field. The Voices of Change program aims to address DEI challenges and opportunities in choral communities and explore strategies for increased communication and collaboration between different kinds of choruses.


Help strengthen the capacity of choral professionals who seek in-person and online professional development outside of Conference. Chorus America’s Chorus Management Institute and Online Learning Programs offer training in non-profit management for choral administrative and artistic staff.


Chorus America is the go-to source for information and data on the choral field.  Our research provides data that defines the character, scope, and impact of choral participation on singers and their communities. Learn more about how your business can join the Research Council to support ongoing research initiatives.    For more information about Corporate Sponsorships, please contact André Coleman, associate director of development, at or 202.331.7577 x241.


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