Choral organizations organize choral activities, eg. choir coordination or international activities.
Australian Intervarsity Choral Societies Association
AICSA is an organisation which keeps university choral societies around Australia in contact with each other. These universities host Intervarsity Choral Festivals once a year in a different host city every year. The site links to festivals and member choirs.
Regional choral group from Galesburg, Illinois, made up entirely of volunteers. Proceeds from two productions per year go to local charity groups.
National organization to develop and promote professional, volunteer and youth choruses. Listing of choral industry job openings.
An organization promoting fine choral and orchestral music through performances and education in the city of Austin, Texas and surrounding communities.
The Epiphany Chorale
A sacred music pilgrimage choir/organization from Kansas City, Missouri and Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota.
European Federation of Young Choirs, an international choral association for Europe. Among other things, it organises a Parliament of Young Musicians which attempts to influence music policies in member countries.
GALA Choruses, Inc.
International association serving the gay and lesbian choral movement. 170 member choruses worldwide. Includes links to choruses.
Gloucester Cathedral Old Choristers' Association
UK based, the GCOCA site contains information, photos and reunion details.
Greater Boston Choral Consortium
Founded in 1989 as a cooperative effort to promote greater awareness of the many and varied choral groups in the greater Boston area
International Federation for Choral Music
IFCM was founded in 1982 for the purpose of facilitating communication and exchange between choral musicians throughout the world. Contacts, publications, projects, and members.
Pueri Cantores International
Federation of boys' choirs.
Sister Singer's Network
An international organization of feminist women's choruses.
The acronym is based on "Suomen Laulajain ja Soittajain Liitto", The Finnish Amateur Musicians' Association (FAMA). Contains 400 choirs and 25 orchestras.
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