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Intern Asks: What is the Best Type of Choir Folder?

Intern Asks: What is the Best Type of Choir Folder?

In the most recent years of my life, I have been privileged enough to sing in many different types of choir settings – and luckily, the majority of my experiences have been good ones. I have talked in my blogs before about the wonderful perks to singing in a...
Top 3 Things I Learned in My First Week as a Choral Student at USC

Top 3 Things I Learned in My First Week as a Choral Student at USC

Much to my surprise, life in choral music publishing is full of things that keep me busy on any given day in the office. In my day-to-day work, I have the wonderful opportunity to work with the very talented composers and editors in the Fred Bock Publishing family. I...
Finding Lasting Peace After Grief

Finding Lasting Peace After Grief

Have you ever lost something or someone very close to you? Chances are, you have. Loss is something that everyone experiences at some point in their lives, and it is rarely an easy thing to go through. One of the most difficult things about loss is how much of a...
Your Monthly Music Meme Digest: August

Your Monthly Music Meme Digest: August

As professional musicians, our job allows us the luxury of being surrounded by beautiful music every day. For a lot of us, this may be the very reason that we chose music for our profession!  We envisioned ourselves living a life of pleasure, surrounded by...
The Seating of Your Choral Ensemble

The Seating of Your Choral Ensemble

By Bradley Ellingboe, Senior Editor of National Music Publishers Every chorus consists of individuals whose voices are unique, and finding a way to create unity can seem to be an overwhelming task. Taking the time to assign seats to each member of your choir can help....