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Mission Statement

CHOROSYNTHESIS, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organization, envisions a world where the choral art and its communities are thriving and preeminent. We accomplish this vision by connecting the highest levels of choral performance, education, and composition with the most important and meaningful issues of our world and its communities.

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The core values (also known as the "Pillars of Success") of Chorosynthesis are 1) collaboration, 2) innovation, 3) sustainability, and 4) excellence. The balance of these core pillars guides us in accomplishing our own mission and in creating models of success for other choral communities, the goal of which is to demonstrate and illuminate innovative ways of achieving healthy success and to forge the way for the ongoing advancement of the choral art. One of the primary projects of Chorosynthesis is the premier performing ensemble Chorosynthesis Singers, a professional, project-based 12-voice choir, exists to engage world-class performers and composers in the creation and performance of music that connects the art with community, specifically through the lens of social consciousness. The ensemble performs in world-class venues, partners with other organizations as artists-in-residence and concert series guests, and annually provides new music reading sessions. They were awarded 2nd place for The American Prize 2018 in the Ensemble (Professional Choruses) Division with a special citation for Extraordinary Commitment to New Music. The Singers are co-directed by artist-educators and prize-winning conductors Wendy K. Moy and Jeremiah Selvey.

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