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Survey: Choral Accompaniment

December 4, 2012

A look at trends in choral accompaniments.

Warland Enters Classical Music Hall of Fame

November 29, 2012

The American Classical Music Hall of Fame recently announced its 2012 class of inductees, and included among the eight was choral icon Dale Warland. Warland is a leading figure in the field of choral music.

Founder of the Choral Arts Society Retires

June 30, 2012

Norman Scribner, founder of the prestigious Choral Arts Society of Washington D.C., as well as its artistic director for the past 47 years, is stepping down.

Report: Singing in the Windy City

June 9, 2011

Over 5,000 educators, students, exhibitors and choral music lovers gathered from March 9-12 in Chicago, Illinois for the bi-annual ACDA National Conference. Four days of concerts, information sessions, exhibits, showcases and networking made clear that the world of choral music is as strong as the people who intend to keep it that way – and that’s a good thing!

March 2011

March 22, 2011

Registration Open for 7th World Choir Games INTERKULTUR, the International Organizing Committee of the World Choir Games, has announced that the registration documents for the 7th World Choir Games in Cincinnati are now available to all amateur choirs, worldwide. For the first time in the history of the World Choir Games, the competition will be […]

May, 2010

May 20, 2010

The Complete Choral Musician Workshop The Offstage Group will be host to music educators, musicians and, students at the 2010 Complete Choral Musician Workshop on June 27 30 in New York City. Emmy-nominated conductor and vocal educator, Judith Clurman, will lead the three-day intensive program. She will be joined by conductors, composers, scholars, choreographers, and […]

Choral Music Makes it Big on the Little Screen

May 19, 2010

Wondering about what kind of exposure vocal music is receiving during primetime these days? The answer is “an awful lot.” Between “Glee,” “Clash of the Choirs,” “American Idol,” “The Sing-Off,” and the upcoming “Makin’ the Choir,” it seems that vocal-music-oriented television programming has never been more popular. While “American Idol” has been producing big ratings […]

Newer Music for Advanced Choirs

January 20, 2010

We all know that sorting through the stacks of new choral music released each year can be a daunting and time-consuming task. While I often feature “tried-and-true” works in this column with a handful of standout pieces that fit a particular issue’s topic, for this issue I decided to focus entirely on recent releases. My […]

2009, September

December 8, 2009

New Choral Titles from Carl Fischer MusicCarl Fischer Music presents a wider variety of choral music for school, featuring some of the best known composers in choral literature, in addition to new writers. These new releases include folk songs from different countries, spirituals, new editions and arrangements of masterworks, and much more. Carl Fischer’s main […]

New Releases for All Ages

September 30, 2009

In each article, regardless of topic, I try to feature old stand-bys, worthy pieces that have gone overlooked, as well as new releases. I recently wrote a series of columns highlighting choral music from history, which, by its very nature, neglected new releases. In an effort to achieve balance, I am turning my attention this […]

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