Chorus America is an advocacy, research, and leadership development organization that works to advance the choral field. They support and serve choral conductors, administrators, board members, and singers with tools, training, peer networking, and access so that choruses are better able to contribute to their communities.
Chorus America serves more than 6,000 choruses, individuals, businesses, and organizations with a wide array of programs, publications, research, and personal services. These services strengthen their ability to build strong organizations that foster quality choral performances.
Sister Singers Network
Sister Singers Network is a cooperative web of feminist choruses and ensembles, composers, arrangers, and individual singers working together to support and enrich the women’s choral movement.
Sister Singers Network nurtures the spirit, energy, and diversity of the women’s choral movement by serving as a resource for responsible music sharing, communication among women’s choral groups, production of regional, national, and international choral festivals, and actively supports women composers and arrangers.
GALA Choruses leads the North American LGBT choral movement with more than 190 member choruses and their 10,000 singers. They are dedicated to helping choruses become more effective, both artistically and administratively, and assist emerging choruses and facilitate networking and training for established groups.
GALA Choruses’ signature event is their quadrennial Festival, which brings together over 130 choruses and 6000 singers for the world’s largest LGBT performing arts event.