Growing Show Choir Greatness, One Summer at a Time

Dwight Jordan, co-founder of Showchoir Camps of America—which this year celebrates its 45th anniversary—was in the right place at the...  More

Freedom from Our Shared Chains

Let’s talk a minute about mental health and society—certainly not common topics associated with the wonderous world of show choir,...  More

Show Choir & COVID-19: Lifting Voices and Spirits

Normally when I cover a story for Productions, I will focus on just one school. For this piece, however, I will be breaking my normal...  More

Music Over Everything

The MusicianShip Washington Youth Choir (WYC) is a year-round performance ensemble that is dedicated to providing disadvantaged young...  More

Connected by Compassion: Abilities in Harmony Helps Campers Flourish

We have all been in situations where we feel like we do not quite fit in.  More

It Takes a Village to Raise a Star: Descants Show Choir

Across most disciplines, working collaboratively is tantamount to success; show choir is no exception. To put on a show, most schools have...  More

Young Director Brings Commitment & Enthusiasm to JA’s Encore

Amy Whittenton knew as a child she wanted to be a teacher.  More

The Yellow Wallpaper: Thinking Outside the Box and Within the Walls

All jobs come with certain taxing demands—early mornings, late nights, needy clients, and so on; however, those who work in a creative...  More

Leading a Financially Self-Sustaining, Non-Auditioned Middle School Show Choir

CADENCE from St. Isaac Jogues Catholic School in Hinsdale, Illinois, is special for several reasons: They are non-auditioned and...  More

Family, Acceptance, Music & Community: Totino-Grace Music Program

As an integral part of a school that represents values of humility and grace, Terry Voss consistently focuses on the families touched by...  More