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Below is a list of resources and groups that may be of interest to people in the choral community. If you know of other links we should consider please send a note to the NAS Webmaster

Choral Groups & Organizations

C4 The Choral Composer / Conductor Collective

WQXR's The Choral Mix with Kent Tritle - All things choral

Chorus America - A membership organization that meets annually and supports chorus activities with workshops on fundraising and administrative issues.

VAN.org (Vocal Area Network) A complete listing of all the area choruses and concerts as well as audition information and a bulletin board for posting job openings or service information. Great place to advertise your upcoming concert inexpensively.

New York Choral Consortium they "...support, strengthen and promote New York City choruses of all descriptions by fostering a spirit of collaboration and cooperation among its constituent ensembles."

Gotham Early Music Scene (GEMS) is dedicated to the promotion and advancement of early music in New York City. If your program has any Baroque or early music, they can provide inexpensive PR to New York media and e-blasts to their list of opt-in ticket buyer

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Online Resources

Choral Public Domain Library This site offers scores that are no longer protect by copyright. These can be downloaded free of charge. Also texts and translations are available.

Cyberbass.com Copious midi files for learning individual parts of major choral works. Also a lists other sites with midi files.

Musica International This site has a searchable database of thousands of choral works. You can sort by composer, text, type of voicing etc. Provides all pertinent details about a work including difficulty, timing, publisher, voicing etc.

New York Early Music Central A project of the Early Music Foundation. Groups presenting early music concerts can enter their events and view other early music events.

Polyphony.com A website listing early music concerts in New York City

Articomm - digital communications for the arts They build websites for "...arts organizations and individual artists, as well as the people and businesses that support them."

Metronome Online No surprise what's here unless you'll be shocked to learn you can hear A440.

Arts on 75 A design service that offers discounted design and printing services to performing arts groups.

The Silvis Woodshed Another source of midi files including works by Dufay, Dunstable, Eben, Finzi and much more.

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