Hello, I’m looking for some repertoire help. I am completing my first year at a high school in Michigan with a fledgling choral program. I’ve survived my first year and have begun the process of planning for next year. With that in mind, I need some help with my freshmen/sophomore
Hi all I’m a new member of choralnet and seek the advice of you all! I am a great fan of polychoral pieces in the style of Gabrieli but am looking for modern works in that vein that might feature, for example, several smaller choirs scattered around a church. Does
I’m looking for a perusal copy of this song, but it’s out of print/ no longer listed by alfred and is out of stock with JWPepper. Anyone out there who might be able to loan me a copy? City of New Orleans METIS – Alfred Publishing Co., Inc. SSA thanks!
I am artistic director for a semi-professional community choir. Over the years we have had older members decide that they must sit during performances. This is distracting and not professional. What are the legalities in requiring that all members must be able to stand during all performances. Of course, a
Fellow conductors, we’re curious about soloist fees. We usually sing with about 70 singers in an auditioned community chorus with about 25 in the orchestra. We typically pay soloists $500 for one reseals all and a concert, $750 if two concerts. Are we about right? Follow? Thanks! Steve Rbpubs@aol.com
Hello! My school recently passed its referendum and while the K-12 music room will remain mostly untouched they were supposed to make our itty bitty practice rooms larger (turn 4 into 2). Which they did, however, they neglected to replace the windows. So now I have two 5×3′ practice rooms
The community children’s and youth choir (30-40 singers) that I direct will observe its 25th anniversary next season, and I’d like to plan something to celebrate. I’m thinking of inviting the 2 former directors to participate in a concert, as well as inviting alumni to come back and sing a
Hey everyone! My High School Choir has an incredibly rich Bass and Tenor Section. However, my Alto and Soprano sections are lacking. What are some works you all have done that will push my gentlemen while giving my ladies decent content to develop with? Thank you!
I’m looking for music – a cappella or accompanied – for women’s chorus plus children’s choir (unchanged voices). The women’s chorus part can be any voicing, but I’d prefer SSAA (some splits are ok). The children’s part can be unison to three part. I’m open to any topic, but certainly
One of the problems the choir I am with has is access to music. We are the single largest choir in our city, with just over 200 members, andso that means we can offer music to smaller groups, but they can rarely offer anything to us. The first challenge I’d