This chapter presents selected ways in which a children’s choir may reach beyond its own organization to collaborate with others and build community. These include singing with choirs of different ages and types, joining with other children and youth choirs for festivals, collaborating with a puppet theater and a children’s author, collaborating with composers to commission new works, and collaborating with folk dancers, ethnic music ensembles, and others. These events will give the choir an opportunity to extend its awareness in the community by interacting with different types of organizations.
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