TMC part of ground-breaking choral audience research by Chorus America

Chorus America has just released the results of its ground-breaking two-year long study into choral music audiences and the impact of choral concerts. The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir was one of the 23 participating choirs in this extensive research project. The Intrinsic Impact Audience Project is the first-ever systematic study of choral music audiences. The results shed light on what moves and motivates the people who attend choral music performances. In partnership with leading research and consulting firm WolfBrown, Chorus America is making the study and the surveying tools used available to the field to help all choruses create meaningful and engaging experiences for their communities. Read the summary or download the full report at Chorus America. Chorus America is an advocacy, research and leadership development organization that advances the choral field. It is based in Washington, DC and has members from across North America.
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Toronto Mendelssohn Choir celebrates Artistic Director Noel Edison’s 20th season

The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir (TMC) presents a season of inspiring choral music for 2016/17 – from an intimate a cappella performance to a grand oratorio with full orchestra. In November the Choir celebrates Noel Edison’s 20th season with one of his favourite works, Felix Mendelssohn's Elijah, at Koerner Hall. Noel Edison has been widely recognized and appreciated by choristers, critics and patrons for his skillful interpretive work with both choir and orchestra. His vision for the TMC is to create performances that connect audiences emotionally with some of the greatest traditional and contemporary choral repertoire.
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Categories: 2016-2017 Season and Media Releases.