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Colorado ACDA
The website of the Colorado Affiliate of the American Choral Directors Association


2018 Summer Workshop
Monday July 23 - Wednesday July 25



Did you know?

Colorado ACDA recently recieved an Outstanding Growth in Active Membership Award!
We were one of eleven states to reach an increase of 15% or more!
Congratulations, Colorado!



1. To foster and promote choral singing which will provide artistic, cultural, and spiritual experiences for the participants.

2. To foster and promote the finest types of choral music to make these experiences possible.

3. To foster and encourage rehearsal procedures conducive to attaining the highest possible level of musicianship and artistic performance.

4. To foster and promote the organization and development of choral groups of all types in schools and colleges.

5. To foster and promote the development of choral music in the church and synagogue.

6. To foster and promote the organization and development of choral societies in cities and communities.

7. To foster and promote understanding of choral music as an important medium of contemporary artistic expression.

8. To foster and promote significant research in the field of choral music.

9. To foster and encourage choral composition of superior quality.

10. To cooperate with all organizations dedicated to the development of musical culture inAmerica.

11. To foster and promote international exchange programs involving performing groups,

conductors, and composers.

12. To disseminate professional news and information about choral music.


ACDA Advocacy Resolution

Whereas the human spirit is elevated to a broader understanding of itself through study and performance in the aesthetic arts; and.

Whereas serious cutbacks in funding and support have steadily eroded arts institutions and their programs throughout our country,

Be it resolved that all citizens of the United States actively voice their affirmative and collective support for necessary funding at the local, state, and national levels of education and government, to ensure survival of arts programs for this and future generations.