Making the Dash Count

December 19, 2018

“Your life is just two dates separated by a dash…Make that dash count.”

So How Do I Learn More?

May 1, 2017

By John DeFerraro Over the course of this issue of Choral Director, we have laid the foundation for how you can approach the contemporary a cappella world, from specific rehearsal tips, to arranging advice, and exemplary recordings that are inspirational! However, the next step you should take is to connect yourself to the a cappella […]

The ESSA and What It Means for Music and Arts Education

March 20, 2017

A look at Every Student Succeeds Act and what it means for the arts in our schools.

How a Week at Music Camp Can Lead to a Lifetime

February 15, 2016

You never know where the road might lead. Or where the journey begins.

Joint Rehearsals

August 27, 2014

A collaboration where everyone wins.

The Cool Factor

May 15, 2014

April/May Opening Notes from the Editor…

Contemporary A Cappella

January 16, 2014

A Great Addition to Your Program

Empowering And Equipping Student Leaders

November 25, 2013

A look at the difficult task of empowering student leaders in the music classroom.

Teaching Musical Literacy: Developing the Independent Choral Singer

April 5, 2012

If a singer leaves the choral setting without learning how to be an independent musician, has the choral instructor has failed to do his or her job?

The Singing Team

July 28, 2009

Friday night lights, the thrill of the Final Four, the new billion-dollar Yankee Stadium. Team sports have a larger-than-life place in American culture. This is nurtured from our earliest days in school, and it contributes to social and ethical development in our children. But there is another “team” that is equally important one without a […]

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