Reasons Choirs Can Still be Grateful — Silver Linings of a Global Pandemic

Tori Cook Nov 24, 2020
Every cloud has a silver lining. Even in the midst of a global pandemic, here are a few reasons choirs can still be grateful — a few silver linings.
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Why Choruses are Still Using Chorus Connection in COVID-19 Times

Tori Cook Nov 18, 2020
Chorus management software is crucial in helping choruses operate in COVID-19 times. Here are a few reasons choruses are still using Chorus Connection!
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4 Creative Partnership Ideas for Choral Organizations and Venues

Tori Cook Nov 10, 2020
Four mutually beneficial partnership ideas for venues and choirs to build longstanding relationships, foster future opportunities, and expand your network.
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One Choir's Successful Virtual Fundraising Event

Tori Cook Nov 05, 2020
The Phoenix Boys Choir's recently hosted a virtual fundraising event that raked in nearly $50K in just a couple of short weeks. Learn more about it!
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Saving Our Stages: Concert Venues Look to the Future

Tori Cook Oct 30, 2020
In this series of interviews, we learn more about the challenges concert venues face in the pandemic and how performing arts organizations can help.
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Race on the Path to Choral Conducting: That Milky White Way

Shana Oshiro Oct 21, 2020
Early childhood experiences strongly influence the paths we choose. Could these opportunities differ depending on your race? We dig in more in this blog.
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5 Practice Tips for the Adult Choral Singer

Amanda Carroll Oct 08, 2020
If you’re looking for ways to boost your confidence at your next rehearsal, these five tips will make it easier to correct those little trouble spots.
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How the Choral Industry is Handling the Pandemic: A Timeline in GIFs

Tori Cook Oct 02, 2020
A timeline of all of the interesting times we've had together since COVID-19 hit in GIF form. 100% relatable.
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A Fantastic Fall Season Ahead for Community Choruses

Tori Cook Sep 24, 2020
Creativity emerges this fall in the form of a diverse array of virtual and in-person choral events. Here, we've highlighted a few we felt were especial!
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Race on the Path of Choral Conducting: The Wings of a Black Woman

Shana Oshiro Sep 17, 2020
An interview with Roberta Laws, internationally acclaimed soprano and conductor of the North Carolina Central University Choir.
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