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Accounting and Taxes for Composers

7th Feb 2023

Accounting and Taxes for Composers
We believe music making is its own reward: composers' primary reason for writing music is because they "have something to say." Even just one performance of a new piece of music is a privilege and honor for the composer as well as the people who hear it.  Yet composing can also be an opportunity to generate income, as part of making your living. You may be tryin …

Looking Ahead to Beckenhorst's Future

4th Oct 2022

Looking Ahead to Beckenhorst's Future
See Part 1: 50 Years of History at BeckenhorstPart 2: Looking Ahead to Beckenhorst's Future Beckenhorst has been preparing for its transition into future leadership for many years, and in this 50th anniversary year is pleased to announce the following staffing changes, effective October 1:  Jeff Hamm will retire from his president position. Across the choral industr …

Beckenhorst Celebrates 50 years of Publishing

21st Sep 2022

Beckenhorst Celebrates 50 years of Publishing
Part 1: 50 years of History! Beckenhorst Press is celebrating its 50th anniversary publishing the highest quality choral music for church choirs as well as school, community, and professional choirs. Founded in 1972, Beckenhorst now offers over 2000 titles in its catalog and remains committed to John Ness Beck’s goals of providing exceptional choral music that blends the s …

Welcome Indianapolis Children's Choir Choral Series!

4th Jan 2022

Welcome Indianapolis Children's Choir Choral Series!
Beckenhorst Press is proud to serve as exclusive distributor/seller for the new repertoire and educational material for children's choirs (pre-K through 12th grade) published by the Indianapolis Children's Choir (ICC). Founded in 1986 by Henry Leck, and now under the leadership of Artistic Director Joshua Pedde, the world-renowned ICC serves approximately 5500 young people, …

New Music for Spring 2022!

1st Jan 2022

New Music for Spring 2022!
Our New Music for Spring 2022 is here! You'll find choral octavos for general worship, Lent, and Easter, as well as music suitable for concert use. We're particularly excited about Craig Courtney's new three-movement "Divine Encounter", Dan Forrest's stunning setting of "Crown Him", and Elaine Hagenberg's assuring "All Things New". We also encourage you to consider Mo …
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