"Boston Singers' Resource (BSR) is a website organization for the New England Community, but it is also so much more. It is a commitment to a community of individuals and a passionate intention to nurture them and promote their singing careers." Marney Makridakis, Classical Singer Magazine
History and Mission:
Established in 2001 as one of the most important networking tools for New England musicians, Boston Singers' Resource is a fully incorporated 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Its purpose is to support the New England classical singing community by providing educational, promotional and career service resources to New England classical singers, vocal organizations and to the general public. BSR currently provides this artistic support through its extensive website (www.BostonSingersResource.org), weekly eCalendar mailings; daily eNews alerts, and live audition opportunities.
The BSR website, www.BostonSingersResource.org, contains many pages open to the general public, as well as information that is for 'members only.' A Boston Singers' Resource membership is open to anyone for an annual fee of $45/year ($35/students and $75/organizations) and includes unlimited access to BSR website information; the ability to search/view member profiles; daily eNews alert options; a discounts to Classical Singer Magazine, a free Teachers and Coaches listing, workshops and masterclasses, and eligibility to participate in the BSR Annual Auditions. BSR manages the Boston Singers' Relief Fund. Current BSR members come from all six New England states and include classical solo singers, chorus singers, accompanists, coaches, music directors, artistic directors, composers, special event planners, managers, and student musicians of all levels.
Boston Singers' Resource
P.O. Box 51832
Boston, MA 02205
Homepage Photo Credits:
Barn Arts Center for the Arts, Porgy and Bess (2012)
Boston Singers' Relief Fund Gala (2009)- Lauren Poussard, photographer
Boston Singers' Resource auditions (various years) - Lauren Poussard, photographer
Cape Cod Opera, Merry Widow (2010)
Opera Boston, The Nose (2009) and Madame Whitesnake (2010) - Clive Granger, photographer.
Letters of Thanks:
"Thanks so much for your vision and initiative in establishing Boston Singers' Resource. It is an exceptional idea which is meeting an important need in the cultural/musical life of the city." Dana Whiteside, baritone.