A list of resources to help choruses provide reasonable accommodation in accordance with ADA regulations.
One conductor witnesses the restorative power of music in her chorus at Washington, DC's N Street Village shelter.
Through interviews with random, "ordinary" audience members, we discover how they found their way to choral concerts and what keeps them coming back for more—article includes practical recommendations for choral leaders.
American Choral Review 53.1
So you thought you could count...that is, until you met the 7/8 and 5/4 time signatures. Honestly, why are those meters so troublesome?
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.
A bibliography of important resources from the Jewish choral tradition prepared by Joshua Jacobson.
A comprehensive repertoire list prepared by Joshua Jacobson.
Many choral organizations have embraced accessibility for those with disabilities as an important value, even making it part of their policies. When choruses accommodate singers with disabilities, everybody wins.
The National Performing Arts Convention (NPAC) was a five-day extravaganza, bringing together more than 30 different arts service organizations and their constituents to learn from each other and from high-profile experts from all arts fields. The final report summarizes the activities and outcomes of NPAC.