The newest issue of Choral Journal is available online. It is a focus from ACDA’s Standing Committee for Education & Communication. Following is a list of the articles you will find in this issue.
ACDA members can log in with their username and password to view and download the newest edition. You can also read our electronic version. Below is a preview of the articles you will find in this issue. If you are not already a member of ACDA, join today to start receiving your monthly Choral Journal! Associate members can join for only $45 a year.
ChoIr or ChorUS: What’s in a Name? by D. Brett Nolker and Robert L. Sinclair
Resilient Choral Teachers by Alex T. Favazza, Jr., and Amon Eady
Making the Case: The Benefit of Intensive Conducting Workshops for Early-Career Choral Conductors Interviews with Daniel Bara, Deanna Joseph, Pamela Elrod Huff man, and Eugene Rogers by John McDonald
Are You Zoomed Out? Dealing with Zoom Fatigue in the Virtual Classroom by Jamila L. McWhirter
Research Report – Singing as a Life-Long Educational Endeavor: Research Bridging the Divide from Childhood to Adulthood by Bryan E. Nichols
Rehearsal Break – The Music Literacy Conundrum by Adam Kluck
The 2020 Symposium on Research in Choral Singing Conference Report by Patrick K. Freer
Planning Ahead: Five Considerations for Future Choral Music Classrooms
A Reprint of a ChorTeach Article by Andrew Lusher
Recorded Sound Reviews
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.