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.
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.
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.
The key findings from the 2009 Chorus Impact Study.
Download this opinion piece to customize and submit to your local newspaper to help raise the profile of choruses in your area.
In a series of video lessons, soprano soloist and voice teacher Shauna Fallihee guides you in the essential steps to freeing your natural voice and singing with ease.
Have you ever considered that singing can be a remarkably athletic activity? According to Beth Keltz, a licensed massage therapist, singing requires just as much athleticism as playing baseball or football. Beth and colleague Carly Greenwood, who work with the singers at the Berkshire Choral Festival, explain the benefits of massage for singers.
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Chorus America's annual survey of the operations of choruses, the Operations Survey Report includes more than 40 different analyses, from number of board meetings to board giving, from ticket pricing to chorus dues amounts, from accompanist pay practices to marketing efficiency. The 2011 report features data from the 2009-2010 season.
Celebrating America's greatest choral composers, this publication provides repertoire and recording lists for 28 composers from Billings to Whitacre.
The most effective choruses plan out their annual fundraising; use this outline as a starting place.