Voice Magazine, Issue 46.3 - Summer/Conference 2023

The digital edition of our Summer/Conference 2023 issue of the Voice is here! Read more for a letter from the president & CEO Catherine Dehoney on collaborations that move the choral and arts fields forward, news from our members, an interview with 2023 Conference speaker Melanie DeMore on how healing and connection occur when singing together, testimonials from leaders who participated in Chorus America's ADEI Learning Lab on implementing what they learned at their organizations and communities, and strategies to help you refocus and reinspire your board.

Issue Articles

Three choral leaders who participated in Chorus America’s ADEI Learning Lab share what happened when they brought what they learned back to their own organizations. What worked, what shifted, and...
The increasing decline of funding for music education in public schools in the United States and Canada has led to a massive gap in students’ education and access to music...
Born in the Bronx, raised in Alaska and Texas, and now based in Oakland, Melanie DeMore is a singer/composer, choral conductor, music director, and three-time Grammy nominee. Describing herself as...
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These practical strategies will help you refocus and reinspire your board. The past three years have been challenging ones for nonprofit boards. During the pandemic, some board members leaned in...

About The Voice

Chorus America's award-winning quarterly magazine, The Voice, highlights chorus news, artistic initiatives in the choral world, and advice and commentary on the business of running a successful chorus. The Voice is distributed to nearly 2,000 choral leaders throughout North America. It is published in Spring, Summer, and Fall/Winter; ISSN 1074-0805. Browse articles and past issues in the tabs below. Editor, Liza W. Beth