Welcome to Boston Singers' Resource, a unique source of information, connections, and community for all in the the New England classical singing community. Here, we have resources for everyone, including directories of teachers and coaches, lists of performance organizations and of programs for children and youth, an extensive calendar of performances and a blog with career advice for singers.

It costs very little to join BSR and participate in our special programs, including twice-yearly auditions, performance and career-building workshops, and periodic recitals. Members get more out of this website, including the ability to build online profiles and access to special content. Institutions can also join BSR to get access for their members and to better reach the wide audience of BSR's individual members.

BSR Blog: Sing for the Ancestors: Generations Connecting through Music-Making
My journey in music traces its roots, in part, back to my grandmother, Joanna Heard, and her brother Eugene. There were four children in the Heard family—William, Joanna, Eugene, and Virginia. Their parents were part of the Great Migration whereby six million Black Americans, many the descendants


. Longy School of Music of Bard College

Recital: Tyler Bouque '21 BM, Baritone

. New England Conservatory

A Toast to the Irish: A Glass Full of Music and Mischief

. Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston

She Said, She Said: Songs Through the Feminine Lens

. Sparrow Live