Overseas CAL Membership?

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Overseas CAL Membership?

Postby rosanwo » Tue Oct 08, 2013 4:34 am

Dear all,
I am quite excited to have become an Overseas CASA Member and I am now looking into getting my choir- The Bonner Jazzchor -involved and heard. On reading your classifications I realized that nearly all Non-Professional Ensembles and Contemporary Choirs in Germany fall into the category CAL. We do not have a tradition of collegiate a cappella here. Groups are formed from people of all walks of life and we take it from there. Is it possible to become a CAL member as a German choir? And When presenting our CDs for review are we CAL? Because we certainly do not see ourselves as professionals and collegiate we are obviously not ;-)
Please advise!
Thank You and see you at SoJam2013 ( my first American A Cappella Festival!)
Deborah
http://www.facebook.com/bonnerjazzchor
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Re: Overseas CAL Membership?

Postby rosanwo » Mon Mar 31, 2014 11:00 pm

CASA? CAL? No ideas, suggestions or solutions to the question of overseas CAL membership? Even if you say that it's an all american thing that would be a definite answer!
We'd love to hear your opinion.
Meanwhile we ( Bonner Jazzchor) have been nominated for a CARA in the category Best Folk/World song. Thank you so much for this acknowledgement!
Best regards
Deborah
http://www.bonnerjazzchor.de
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Re: Overseas CAL Membership?

Postby kristineslipson » Thu Apr 03, 2014 8:27 pm

You would want to contact Dan Campagna, CAL Director. He can answer any questions you may have! dan@casa.org
Scenic Root (Director, VP) '13-today
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The Lounge Lizards at UC Davis (Sop) '07-'10
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