Choruses are pouring more resources and creativity into education outreach programs that have a far-reaching impact on students, teachers, schools, and communities—as well as on the choral artists who deliver them.
What allows one chorus to thrive for more than a century while another is forced to close down after just a few years? Leaders of some of the longest-running choral organizations credit a combination of factors for their longevity.
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.
Eric Whitacre muses on how he gets inspired to compose, his special connection with young people, and what he thinks about the future of choral music.
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.
American Choral Review 51.1
Famed conductor Sir David Willcocks speaks about his special love of choral singing and of choral singers through his experience as director of music at King's College, Cambridge and of the Royal College of Music's Bach Choir.