Spring 2020
Collegiate Choral Music During the Coronavirus Pandemic

NCCO responds to the impacts COVID-19 is having on choral music in higher education in the best way we know how: by gathering together and learning from each other. To accomplish this, NCCO is hosting its first-ever webinar series. Sessions feature panelists chosen from our National Board moderated by NCCO Officers.

All are welcome to take part of these virtual discussions where we  share best practices, brainstorm ideas, and experience some sense of togetherness amidst our isolation.

Webinar 6 – Fri, Apr 10 @ 4p ETJoin Zoom Webinar

Upcoming Webinars


this NCCO Webinar on Zoom
(Webinar ID: 523-502-515)

Our normal routines have been disrupted by stay-at-home orders, and unstructured time can easily go to waste. Why not use some of that time to finish the article, chapter, or choral arrangement you couldn’t find time for before, and send it off to a publisher? Join our panel and your colleagues to discuss and share resources in another discussion in the NCCO Webinar Series, “Writing and Publishing: Maximizing ‘home time’ to further your career.”

The Panel

  • Amanda Bumgarner
    Editor, Choral Journal
    American Choral Directors Association
  • Sean Burton
    Chief Editor of Publications (former)
    National Collegiate Choral Organization
  • J. Brooks Kuykendall
    Musicologist & Music Department Chair
    University of Mary Washington
  • Mark Lawson
    ECS Publishing Group
  • Dale Trumbore
  • Mark Nabholz, moderator
    Director of Choral Activities
    Associate Professor
    Mississippi College

Tech Notes

  • Upon clicking to join, attendees will be taken to a web browser window and prompted to allow Zoom to begin the connection.
  • Webinar attendees are not required to download or join Zoom.
  • Tech questions? Don’t hesitate to contact Zoom support for assistance.

This schedule of events continues to grow as topics develop nationally and globally. Topic suggestions also come directly from interested members.

Questions or Suggestions? Send a note to NCCO via email.

ARCHIVE: Past Webinars