This group of award winning songwriters have written a very poignant and meaningful song more relevant today than ever before. Enjoy!
It is coming!!!
“KORAIS” Choir invites you to participate in the 11th World Choir Festival on Musical which will take place in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece, from 7th to 9th May 2021.
This coming Festival will accept choirs of all categories and repertoires, it will be Competitive and Non Competitive, it will have a world prestige and experience Jury and it will give money awards to the winning choirs.
We invite you to a unique Festival which thousands of spectators follow with great love, creating an atmosphere of enthusiasm and joy and making this Festival an exceptional event that offers to all participants unforgettable emotions !
For more information: http://xorodiakoraiseng.weebly.com/world-choir-festival-on-musicals.html
Cypress Choral Music Publishing was anticipating a banner year at the beginning of 2020. Armed with a beautiful new website and over 60 new publications from Canada’s best and brightest composers, we were ready for anything…….well, almost anything 😉 Over the past few months we have focused on how to make the Cypress experience easier and more efficient for choir directors to navigate. We’re proud to announce we’ve just added a user friendly Thematic Index to streamline the process for when you inevitably start planning your choir’s next concert! Enjoy!
Cypress is proud to feature the music of Canadian composer Robert Ingari. This decorated composer’s French language selections have rapidly become some of the most popular pieces in our catalogue. Enjoy!
We’re all hopeful that things will be back to close to normal by the time the Christmas holidays are here. In anticipation… I encourage choral directors to review a catchy, tuneful and wonderful new carol published by Heritage Music Press/Lorenz entitled “Christmas, A Gift of Love for All.” The work is a collaboration between Jeffrey R. Smith, musical director of the Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale, composer Robert S. Cohen and lyricist Ronald W. Cadmus. There is also an orchestration available through the composer. To review a score and recording the link is:
Erin presents a powerful message of encouragement; “Believers, do not grow weary. Do not lose heart in doing what is right.” This rousing song applies to anyone who believes in living a stand-up life; with honesty, love and justice for all. The troubles of this world can often be wearisome and discouraging so this anthem will touch people at church, at school or in the concert hall.