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Choral Arts is one of the major choral organizations in the United States. Founded by Norman Scribner in 1965, Choral Arts is pleased to welcome Artistic Director Scott Tucker for his inaugural 2012-2013 season. Choral Arts presents its symphonic chorus of over 180 professional-caliber volunteer singers in an annual season subscription series at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and other DC-area venues. In addition, Choral Arts has designed and implemented an award-winning educational program, and presented a variety of community outreach programs which include its popular Family Christmas Concert and Annual Choral Celebration to Martin Luther King, Jr. The chorus has performed with leading symphony orchestras, sung under the world’s most distinguished conductors, produced 17 acclaimed recordings, toured nationally and internationally, and participated in numerous special events both live and televised. Choral Arts has an impressive history of commissioning and performing new works, as well as presenting area and world premieres of outstanding contemporary music.