THE HOLLYWOOD FILM CHORALE
The Hollywood Film Chorale is a choir created by American singer Sally Stevens.
Unlike other choirs, the number of members is not set. The smaller number of singers was 16, and the largest formation had 72 people for Snow Falling On Cedars by James Newton Howard.
Official site: Hollywoodfilmchorale.com
SALLY STEVENS: A VOICE OF FILM MUSIC
Sally Stevens: her name may look familiar to you. You have already seen it before, but where? If you open a CD leaflet from a soundtrack album with choir (e.g. Edward Scissorhands), chances are great that this rings a bell. Sally Stevens is an American singer from Los Angeles. She is a member of most chorales working in Hollywood film scoring and she has been a vocal contractor for many years. As a contractor, she brings in vocal talent according to the composer's musical and choral needs. As a soprano, she performs in the chorale she founded – the Hollywood Film Chorale, and she