MassACDA is the Massachusetts chapter of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA). Founded in 1959, ACDA is a nonprofit music-education organization whose central purpose is to promote excellence in choral music through performance, composition, publication, research, and teaching. In addition, ACDA strives through arts advocacy to elevate choral music’s position in American society. ACDA membership consists of approximately 18,000 choral directors who represent more than one million singers across the United States. ACDA members teach choral music in public and private schools – kindergarten through senior high school – and at the college and university levels. They conduct a variety of choral groups, including boy choirs, children’s choirs, men’s and women’s choruses, junior and senior high school choirs, college and university choruses, ethnic choirs, vocal-jazz ensembles, and symphony choruses. They also conduct choirs in their communities and in their places of worship.
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- April 2017 Newsletter now posted
- The Spring 2017 edition of ChorTeach is now online
- Registration for the 2017 MassACDA Summer Conference is now open!
- Call for Interest Sessions - 2017 MassACDA Summer Conference
- Lift Every Voice and Sing! Schedule and Session Descriptions
- Call for Interest Sessions: 2017 Summer Conference
all-day 2017 MassACDA Summer Conference @ Smith College
2017 MassACDA Summer Conference @ Smith College
Jul 16 – Jul 19 all-day
Conference dates are July 16-19, 2017, at Smith College in Northampton, MA.The Conference Chorus, a popular addition to our schedule last year, will be conducted by Jo-Michael Scheibe. More information coming soon! To Register for this[...]
all-day 2017 MassACDA High School/Colleg... @ School of Music
2017 MassACDA High School/Colleg... @ School of Music
Oct 28 all-day
The High School/Collegiate Choral Festival welcomes high school choral singers and their directors to participate in one of the following ensembles: The SSAA Festival Chorus, conducted by Susan Wharton Conkling, Boston University The TTBB Festival[...]