Renowned choral composer and conductor Alice Parker shares with us her observations about singers and tells us why we are a special bunch.
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.
We sat down with Conspirare founder and artistic director Craig Hella Johnson to get the inside scoop on how the group came to be and the magic behind their success.
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.
Ten years after his death, a new book about conductor Elmer Iseler examines his legacy on choral music not just in Canada but throughout the choral music field.
Arie Perry is a doctor who sings about tumors and diseases, and his songs are downright...infectious.
Marilyn Horne, one of America's most celebrated opera stars, decided to shine the spotlight on the next generation.
Tenor Michael Lichtenauer describes his unlikely journey from a desk job in Kansas to a career as a professional singer with Chanticleer and then the Los Angeles Master Chorale—and the lessons he learned along the way.
Richard Westenburg, the founder of New York's famed chorus and orchestra, Musica Sacra, died of colon cancer on February 20, 2008. Westenburg had been an important fixture on the New York scene for more than 40 years.
Composer David Lang tells about the creative vision of Bang on a Can: Take concerts apart and put them back together again so that music can be heard with fresh ears.