Professionally produced recordings are still one of the best ways you can enhance the quality, image, reputation, and morale of your chorus.
Think choral music is only found in drafty churches or formal concert halls? Think again! These innovators are stretching our imaginations and taking choral performances to the next level.
Research Memorandum Series No. 196
American Choral Review 51.2
A bibliography of important resources from the Jewish choral tradition prepared by Joshua Jacobson.
A comprehensive repertoire list prepared by Joshua Jacobson.
How Minnesota's VocalEssence and composer Eric Whitacre helped high school students, choral directors, and community members of all ages discover the power of contemporary choral music through a festival and community sing event.
Choral music sleuth Helene Whitson has sifted through used CD bins and trolled the Internet to bring you some of the hidden gems of the choral repertoire.
Research Memorandum Series No. 195
In this musical tradition, singers read a variety of different note shapes—each one corresponding to a different syllable: fa, so, la, or mi.