After 45 years, Choral Arts’ Founder and Artistic Director, Norman Scribner, has announced his retirement which will take effect on August 31, 2012. The organization will now embark on the search for a new artistic director who will take the helm of one of the nations preeminent symphonic choruses for the 2012-2013 Season.
Dear friends I’m a Conductor of Choirs from Israel, and am offering all of you – towards the Holidays – One of my arrangements of a Hanuka Song arranged for SSA – free of charge. Song called ” Hanerot halalu.” Since I cann’t attach it to this letter, you are all invited to contact me and i will send […]
My popular Chanukah composition Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB chorus unaccompanied, ECS Publishing catalog number 5492), is now available for tenor solo, TTBB chorus unaccompanied (ECS Publishing catalog number 7688) just in time for 2010 holiday programming. (<www.ecspublishing.com>) It was arranged for Matthew Mehaffey and the University of Minnesota Men’s Chorus. Thank you for your consideration. […]
The Jefferson Township Community Chorus is about to launch its new season with exciting music and a creative and enthusiastic new director! It’s a great time to come join the group. With the opening of the Fall 2010 season, the Jefferson Arts Committee is thrilled to present their new director, Cherwyn Ambuter, M.M. from the […]
A Howell Public Schools music teacher will set the tempo for the Livingston County Chorale in Brighton, Michigan. The chorale has selected Kelli Falls as its new director. She succeeds Reed Criddle, who directed the group for the past two seasons. Falls teaches vocal music at Three Fires Middle School in Genoa Township. […]
The Covington Catholic High School Chamber Choir stepped into a recording studio in May under stressful circumstances. At a time when many were preparing for final exams and graduation, they began recording an album to memorialize their friend, Maria Schaffstein, the 17-year-old Notre Dame Academy student killed in a car crash in April. Within weeks, […]