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This free online resource from NCAPER was created to guide arts leaders through three significant transitions they are likely to face during their organization’s life: structural shifts; the loss of key staff/leadership; and preserving the artistic and physical assets they’ve created.
The Fall 2020 Chorus Survey collected data on the impact that COVID-19 continues to have on the choral field and how choruses are operating at this point in the pandemic. This report summarizes the general findings of that survey.
The 2020 Chorus Operations Survey Report provides both information on pre-pandemic chorus operations and data that shows the initial impact of COVID-19 on independent nonprofit choruses.
This final issue before the American Choral Review transfers to a new home at the National Collegiate Choral Organization features a study of Bach’s use of rhetorical devices in Cantata Ich hatte viel Bekummnernis, BWV 21 and an interview with two singers from the ensemble New York Polyphony.
This document gathers the information that staff, crew and volunteers need in the first minutes and hours of any type of emergency into a format that can be carried on their person or available electronically. From Chorus America partners ArtsReady and the Performing Arts Readiness project.
In this issue of the Research Memorandum Series, author Jace Kaholokula Saplan
offers an overview of the choral works of composer Mari Esabel Valverde.
Tim Seelig, artistic director of the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus, has written a user guide to help choruses think through rehearsal considerations in the time of COVID-19.
In this issue of the Research Memorandum Series, author and editor Dr. Matthew Bumbach provides a complete current list of the choral music of Carol Barnett, as well as biographic information about the Minnesota-based composer.
This edition of the American Choral Review focuses on the discipline and practice of conducting.
In this issue of the Research Memorandum Series, Dr. Sean Linfors provides a brief history of Stephen Paulus’ compositional career, discusses some of his most beloved pieces, and catalogs Paulus’ complete choral works.