The Metropolitan Detroit Chorale is proud to be a member of the following organizations and encourages everyone to learn more about them. Click on the logo to go to the website of that organization.
"Chorus America's mission is to build a dynamic and inclusive choral community so that more people are transformed by the beauty and power of choral singing.
Chorus America strengthens choral organizations and provides their leaders with information, research, leadership development, professional training, and advocacy to help them deliver the best possible contributions to their communities and to the choral art.
Chorus America provides invaluable news, resources and expertise delivered in myriad accessible ways. Chorus AmericaÂ’s programs bring professionals and volunteers together to learn and collaborate in a friendly, supportive environment that promotes networking, information exchange, and shared goals.
Chorus America speaks with a strong and unified voice to increase recognition of choral singing as an essential part of society.
More than 1,600 choruses, individuals, and businesses are members of Chorus America. This powerful group of conductors, arts administrators, board members, singers, music business executives, and choral music lovers are at the core of a dramatically expanding choral movement in North America."
~ from Chorus America website
ArtServe Michigan, a nonprofit, statewide organization, builds support for the arts, arts education, artists and cultural activities in Michigan. With offices in Wixom, ArtServe advocates for arts and culture throughout the state, encourages quality arts education in schools and communities, and provides support services for artists, arts organizations and cultural institutions.
Its mission is to cultivate the creative potential of Michigan's arts and cultural sector to enhance the health and well-being of Michigan, its people, and communities.
This is done through Advocacy, Capacity-Building and Strategic Communications accomplished in partnership with constituents, stakeholders and the broader community and aimed at positioning arts, culture and creativity to change lives, grow vibrant communities, and enrich the quality of life in Michigan.