Instead of participating in a traditional holiday chorus concert this year, one singer finds community in a different sort of musical gathering.
Looking for an obscure piece of music? The lyrics to a song in French? Sheet music for Handel's Messiah? These online resources will help you find what you need.
Chorus America/ASCAP Award winners describe their commitment to new music and share strategies for building programs, cultivating audiences, collaborating with composers, and bringing new music to life.
As the profession of chorus management matures, managers are finding new ways into their careers.
Sabbaticals are being used by more nonprofits as an effective tool to retain and reward the best executive talent.
The majority of choruses in North America are all-volunteer organizations, from the singers who give their musical talent to the board members who run the organization. This poses special challenges for the treasurer in safeguarding and managing the finances. Here is a guide to keep your chorus transparent and accountable.
Having trouble getting the words to stick in your mind? Here are several strategies for succeeding at memorization.
How can choruses stay competitive in the quest for audience in a fast-changing world of busy lifestyles, cultural glut, home theaters, and web-based entertainment options? And how do we make the face of our audience younger and more colorful? Here are six strategies gleaned from recent research in arts marketing.
Choruses bring diverse people together to make beautiful music and offer us a much-needed antidote to the "i" epidemic.
The anatomy of choral intonation and techniques for improving it.
Assembling the ideal board is less about fundraising prowess and more about about balancing the right skills.
Winner of Chorus America’s 2010 Education Outreach Award, Chanticleer demonstrates how to grow an education program that touches the lives of the next generation of singers