Choruses bring diverse people together to make beautiful music and offer us a much-needed antidote to the "i" epidemic.
Winner of Chorus America’s 2010 Education Outreach Award, Chanticleer demonstrates how to grow an education program that touches the lives of the next generation of singers
Chorus America contacted representatives from about a dozen choral consortiums—umbrella groups that promote regional information sharing and collaboration among choruses. Those who manage these consortiums were eager to tell us about the advantages of collaboration, how they got started and why, and lessons they've learned along the way.
Chorus America's landmark study on the impact of choral singers of all ages on the communities in which they live. The study tracks a marked increase in the number of singers across the USA, it also collects data on the impact of choral singing on children and youth for the first time.
We look back on the emergence of professional choruses in North America and the role of professional singers in bringing them public acclaim.
Have you been asked to serve as the chair of development committee? Here's what you need to know to tackle this important job and ensure the future of your chorus.
The key findings from the 2009 Chorus Impact Study.
A PowerPoint presentation that presents positive data about the impact of choral singing on children and youth, as reported in the 2009 Chorus Impact Study.
A one-page handout summarizing the four key findings of the 2009 Chorus Impact Study.
A PowerPoint presentation that summarizes the key findings and data points from the 2009 Chorus Impact Study.