Vision, Mission, and Strategy

In January 2023, Chorus America's board of directors adopted a new Strategic Plan. The plan articulates a new Vision, Mission and series of Guiding Principles for our organization, as well as three Strategic Objectives and accompanying goals that will shape our work during FY 2023-2025.

FY 2023-2025 Strategic Plan

Our new Strategic Plan builds on lessons learned about remaining flexible in the face of rapid change and ensuring the strength and relevance of the choral field. It deepens our commitment to meaningful, measurable action steps that ensure representation of and service to the vibrant diversity of the choral field, especially to those marginalized because of race and ethnicity. It is a living document, which will be reviewed often to keep us accountable to our commitments and goals in a fast-moving world.

FY 2023-2025 Strategic Plan
Read the full FY 2023-2025 Strategic Plan

We’d love to hear from you about how our new Strategic Plan can support the work you do in your communities. Please be in touch at [email protected].


Chorus America envisions a vibrant society in which diverse singing communities affirm and share the full range and depth of our humanity.


Chorus America strengthens singing communities with the advocacy, connections, and resources they need to be a vital part of society.

Guiding Principles:

  • Singing Together: We value singing and believe in the potential of singing together—and the love of singing—to build bridges of understanding and empathy.
  • Collective Action: We value collaboration and belonging; we welcome the full diversity of humankind in our work as together we address issues affecting our field; our goal is to empower and equip leaders of all types of choruses.
  • Service and Learning in Community: We value service to our members and the larger choral field, which is informed by continual learning and cross-cultural exchange.
  • Transparency and Modeling Successful Practices: We believe in modeling successful organizational practices, including the thoughtful stewardship of our financial and human resources, and being transparent about how failures and successes have informed our learning/development as an organization.