Sister Singers Network is a cooperative web of feminist choruses, ensembles, composers, arrangers, and individual singers working together
to support and enrich the women's choral movement.
Sister Singers Network nurtures the spirit, energy, and diversity of the women's choral movement by serving as a resource for:
responsible music sharing
communication among women's choral groups
production of regional, national, and international choral festivals
active support of women composers and arrangers
Our member choruses are truly “who we are” as a network, and they define the breadth of choruses who participate in and contribute to this ever-evolving web. Click through to see a few examples:
Find out more about our other choruses on the Chorus Listings page.
Sister Singers Network is truly a network. It exists only because we network – supporting one another and extending the web of our knowledge, experience, and relationships.
Midge Stocker, long-time SSN Steering Committee member
How We Work
Sister Singers Network goals, direction, and resolution of significant issues are determined by the membership. The business of the Network is discussed at annual open meetings. Member choruses have up to two votes (and individual singer or composer/arranger members have one vote per person) at these meetings. During the period between meetings, the Steering Committee works to implement the decisions of the membership and to meet the goals of the Mission Statement, responding to issues and opportunities that arise between meetings.
2014 SSN Festival Prairie Mass Chorus with Emma’s Revolution
Visit our Contact Page and learn more about the Steering Committee and how to get in touch with them.