Choral conductor Tom Hall pulls back the veil on several well-loved choral works in this interview.
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.
American Choral Review 50.1
When Brazeal Dennard passed away in 2010, he left behind a rich musical legacy. This 2007 article profiled the life and career of this champion for African-American music as he celebrated 60 years conducting the Angelic Choir of the Peoples Baptist Church in Detroit.
American Choral Review 49.2
American Choral Review 48.2
American Choral Review 48.1
A look at the Gregg Smith Singers' astounding legacy of supporting new choral music in America.
A history of gay and lesbian choruses in America: A movement that began in anger and isolation has given way to musical excellence and collaborations promoting tolerance and inclusion.
American Choral Review 47.2