The Voice

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

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In the Summer 2020 issue of Chorus America's magazine, the Voice , we published a number of special features that highlighted the choral community's response in the wake of COVID-19...
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In the Summer 2020 issue of Chorus America's magazine, the Voice , we published a number of special features that highlighted the choral community's response in the wake of COVID-19...
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In the Summer 2020 issue of Chorus America's magazine, the Voice , we published a number of special features that highlighted the choral community's response in the wake of COVID-19...
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To complement our article on Advocacy 101, we've developed a handy list of resources to help you to stay on top of current issues and carry out your advocacy efforts.
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Are you interested in getting more involved in advocacy work around the issues that matter to you, your chorus, or the choral field at large? Here’s where to start. (See...
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In the Summer 2020 issue of Chorus America's magazine, the Voice , we published a number of special features that highlighted the choral community's response in the wake of COVID-19...
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In the Summer 2020 issue of Chorus America's magazine, the Voice , we published a number of special features that highlighted the choral community's response in the wake of COVID-19...
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This special Virtual Conference issue of the Voice features a Chorus Connections section focused on creative responses to COVID, articles on artistic director transitions and secular requiems, and an interview...
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Music’s prominence in the sacred sphere has shaped some of the most enduring genres of choral music in Western culture, such as the requiem mass. For more than a century...
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Nina Simon’s work as an author, change leader, and activist is all about creating more open, generous, community-focused organizations. She is the founder and CEO of OF/BY/FOR ALL, a nonprofit...
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Several choral music organizations find themselves seeking or transitioning to new artistic leaders at a time when shifting circumstances call on them to consider challenging new directions, not the least...
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Feature articles in the 2020 Spring Voice include: Building Audiences for Children and Youth Choruses Responding to the Border Crisis in Song How Can We Keep Them Singing? Older Singers...