ARIZONA CHORAL ARTS ASSOCIATION

What's Happening:

SING 4 FUN! CANCELLED.

Due to the continuing uncertainty with the extent of COVID-19, Summer Chorus has been cancelled.

Any registration fees already paid will be reimbursed. You might consider donating your registration

fee to any of the many chorus found on this web site, they would greatly appreciate the income.

Concert Cancellations

Due to the current concerns with large public gathers potentially contributing to the spread of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the following concerts have been cancelled. Be sure to check the specific groups web page for more detailed information. You will also find up-to-date information on our Calendar.

ALL CONCERTS/GATHERINGS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED THROUGH MAY 15, 2020!

FOR INFORMATION ABOUT SPECIFIC CHOIRS AND THEIR SCHEDULES,

CHECK THEIR WEB SITE.

ACAA, A MUSICAL RESOURCE FOR SOUTHERN ARIZONA

TUCSON, AZ – Since 2013, the nonprofit ACAA has served as a resource for singers, choral groups, and audiences. “We endeavor through our membership to enable choruses to network, collaborate, and market using shared resources,” said Terrie Ashbaugh, founder of ACAA and long-time director of the Southern Arizona Women’s Chorus. She also is director of worship and business manager at Ascension Lutheran Church and School.

The ACAA currently includes these member choruses:

Arizona Repertory Singers, an auditioned ensemble of 45 singers established in 1984, led by music director Ryan Phillips.

Camerata Sonora is a vocal chamber ensemble that varies in size from 12 to 20 musicians. Our members are a mix of highly-trained, semi-professional musicians, and talented, dedicated amateurs with little formal music training. Camerata Sonora brings little known, rarely heard music to life through immersive, imaginative performances that tell a story.

Sons of Orpheus – the Male Choir of Tucson, 45 members, founded by Grayson Hirst in 1991 and still directed by him.

Southern Arizona Women’s Chorus, dates from 1981, about 60 members, directed by Terrie Ashbaugh since 1998.

The Helios Ensemble, founded by Benjamin Hansen in 2014, who continues to direct the 50-voice unaccompanied mixed chorus.

The Summer Chorus, established ten years ago by Director Terrie Ashbaugh, about 45 male and female vocalists, now directed by Luke Diamond.

The Vail Chorale, a community chorus on Tucson’s east side, welcoming singers of all ages and levels of musical experience. Most members have sung in school or church choirs at some time in their lives, and have come together to share in the joy of choral music-making. We sing a varied repertoire, from pop standards, folk ballads and Broadway tunes to classical styles from across the centuries to contemporary composers.

True Concord, a critically acclaimed professional chamber choir and orchestra, with innovative programming, intimate and acoustically excellent performances across the region, and voices and instrumentalists of the highest caliber from across the country, with a mission to create experiences that move, enrich and inspire.

Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus, founded in 1939 for boys age 6 to 12, with four chorus levels and satellite choirs in Oro Valley, Sahuarita, and Vail, led by Julian Ackerley since 1980.

Tucson Barbershop Experience, Tucson's premier Men's Barbershop Chorus.  The chorus has been a part of Tucson since 1947.  Men of all ages are invited to join us in preserving and performing this unique American art form.

Tucson Desert Harmony is a member of Region 21 of Sweet Adelines International, a world-wide organization of women who love to sing four-part harmony. We sing a cappella in the barbershop style.

Tucson Girls' Chorus, founded in 1985, the Tucson Girls Chorus is recognized as an outstanding choral education program working with girls from Kindergarten through High School in seven choirs.

Tucson Masterworks Chorale, founded in 1949, about 100 female and male singers, new artistic director is Yoojin Muhn.

Tucson Women’s Chorus, founded in 2002, about 40 vocalists, led by Catherine Shaw since 2015.

Voices in the Oaks is a community chorus, comprised of singers from Oracle, the surrounding communities, and the general Tucson area. The only requirements to sing with the chorus are a love of singing, the dedication to attend rehearsals and learn music, and to perform to your best ability. The ability to read music while helpful, is not a requirement to be a member of the chorus, and there is no audition!

For more information, contact Terrie Ashbaugh at (520) 404-3148 or Information.

ACAA PO Box 64576 Tucson, AZ 85728

ACAA is a member of Chorus America.

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