Benefits of Membership
Eligibility to participate in SSN choral festivals
Opportunity to support the SSN mission
Participation with a supportive group of women who love to sing
Access to SSN Member Shared Files
Choruses, women arrangers, women composers and individual singers may join Sister Singers Network.
How to Join
If your women’s chorus is interested in joining or re-establishing membership in Sister Singers Network, we ask you to complete our Sister Singers Network Membership form. Membership for choruses is $1 per chorus member (minimum $10 – though smaller ensembles are welcome to join!). Membership for arrangers, composers, and individual singers is $10 per year.
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How to Renew Your Membership
Annual dues for choruses and ensembles are number of singers x $1 (minimum $10). Annual dues for individuals are $10. Membership renewal is by calendar year (starts January 1).
Pay dues electronically if you can. These ways of doing it are fee-free to you and to us:
If your chorus uses any of the growing number of banks that offer Zelle, please use Zelle or your bank's online payment process to send payment to firstname.lastname@example.org
If your chorus has a PayPal account (or can set one up for this), go to PayPal > Send & Request > Send to friends & family, and send payment to email@example.com
If you want to try a different electronic payment method, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you cannot pay electronically, please make checks (number of singers x $1; minimum $10) payable to Sister Singers Network, and mail along with a copy of the completed membership form to Sister Singers Network, PO Box 412280, Chicago, IL 60641-2280.
If due to extenuating COVID pandemic circumstances you are unable to pay your full fees this year, please fill out the membership form and then email email@example.com to request a waiver.
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Thank you so very much for planning and holding last night's listening session. What a gift! I continue to be surprised at how much my participation in my choir here in Charlottesville gives to me. . . . I did not expect to have such a lovely, close, intimate experience on a random Tuesday night in June . . . a warm, personal connection. I love the way the moderator kept framing the feelings, dynamics thru the singing metaphor . . . Feeling lucky, grateful, connected, and rich in womanly camaraderie!