Use this singer information form template to gather information during the audition process.
Use this contract to help clarify expectations for your hired soloists.
This sample contract provides a template as you incorporate a partnership with an orchestra.
This table of contents template will serve as a guide as you prepare your organization's handbook.
Drawing on his new book O Say Can You Hear?: A Cultural Biography of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” musicologist Mark Clague offers a historical perspective to help us make sense of today’s complexities surrounding the American national anthem, and how choruses might approach it.
Chorus America’s Commission Consortiums bring choruses of all sizes and from around the United States and Canada together to bring new repertoire to life from beloved and acclaimed composers. The tradition of over ten years has brought pieces that highlight America’s cultural diversity, the impact of youth in the world, and many other themes – in 2022, the tradition continues with the offering of compositions celebrating Latin American music from composers Cristian Grases and Suzzette M. Ortiz.
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Chorus America tracks news and collect information about the impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) from our members and partners and creates articles and other resources that show how the choral field continues to respond. This page serves as our central hub of information to help you stay informed.
Five choruses with plans for concerts in January or February 2022 share how they made the decision to either reschedule or proceed. Baltimore Choral Arts is moving ahead as planned with Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana on February 27. See the full series here.
Five choruses with plans for concerts in January or February 2022 share how they made the decision to either reschedule or proceed. The Thirteen in Washington, DC and moving ahead as planned with Sing Willow (centered on music by Vaughan Williams) February 11, 12 and 13. See the full series here.