Breakfast With Scott Tucker of Choral Arts, May 3

The Georgetowner | April 9, 2018

Noseda leads NSO in a Verdi Requiem of fire and fury

Washington Classical Review| March 22, 2018

“Refined” – Charles Downey

Noseda gives new lightness to powerful and familiar Requiem

The Washington Post | March 22, 2018

“warm and glowing” – Anne Midgette

Weekend Round Up March 22, 2018

The Georgetowner| March 22, 2018

REVIEW: Choral Arts and the WPA Men, Women and Children of the Gospel Unite in Song in Annual MLK Tribute | February 18, 2018


Leonard Silverstein, Washington tax lawyer and arts patron, dies at 96

The Washington Post | February 15, 2018

“Mr. Silverstein, who began taking French lessons as an adult, was a past president of the Alliance Française of Washington and the French-American Cultural Foundation — endeavors that brought him honors from the French government.

His other board memberships included the White House Historical Association and the Choral Arts Society of Washington.”

Weekend Round Up February 8, 2018

The Georgetowner | February 8, 2018


What lobbyists are looking for from the State of the Union address

Politico | January 30, 2018


Musica Viva NY Presents VOICES IN MOTION

Broadway World | January 17, 2018

“Major conducting influences have come from [Trent Johnson’s] work with Frederik Prausnitz, Dr. David A. Weadon and Norman Scribner of the Choral Arts Society of Washington DC.”  – BWW News Desk

QUEERY: Marty Brown

Washington Blade | December 22, 2017

“As a musician, there’s always such great music to sing and play this time of year,” says Marty Brown, an alto who joined the chorus last year. “I like the chance to be a bit reflective as we head into the coldest part of the winter.” – Joey DiGuglielmo