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Marilyn Horne, one of America's most celebrated opera stars, decided to shine the spotlight on the next generation.
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There are a few things we could all benefit from knowing about how a chorus functions as a nonprofit organization.
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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...
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The evidence just keeps rolling in: Choral singing is good for your health.
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Choral conductor Tom Hall pulls back the veil on several well-loved choral works in this interview.
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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...
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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...
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As singers age, what used to be easy becomes harder—sustaining the high notes, singing through a phrase on one breath, doing a smooth crescendo and decrescendo. Here's a look at...
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Amanda White, a coloratura soprano living and working in New York City, offered these tips in Classical Singer, a magazine for singers pursuing professional solo careers. We thought they made...
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Can meditation make you a better singer? Yes, and that's not all. Meditation can improve relaxation, concentration, and even health.
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Tired of the bar scene? Online dating services not doing it for you? Have you considered joining a chorus?