The Renaissance Street Singers
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The Renaissance Chorus: The Granddaddy of early-music groups, started in the 1950s by Harold Brown at New York's High School of Music and Art:

The Vocal Area Network: Dedicated to the advancement of vocal ensemble music in the New York City area:

Early Music America (EMA): Serves and strengthens the early music community in North America:

Asteria (Sylvia Rhyne and Eric Redlinger): Late-medieval vocal and instrumental music (they met as members of The Renaissance Street Singers):

New York Early Music Central: A project of the Early Music Foundation:

Gotham Early Music Scene (GEMS): Musical Jewels in New York's Cultural Crown:

Rounds Galore: Resources for Singing Rounds (also Recordings & Books) - John sings his own round on their "Rounds Galore and More Vol III" CD:

Evy Mayer of Rounds Galore has her own site with lots of fun music:

Overlooked New York: The Online Magazine about Impassioned New Yorkers (including Street Performers):

Barbara the Cat Lady: Want to adopt a cat? Street Singer Barbara can help:

A. Henry Hetland: Remembrances and commemoration of the life of John's father:

Pauline Hetland Walker: In memory of John's sister:

Shot Down over Italy: A true story, secret for 60 years, of courage and survival in Nazi occupied Italy, partly edited by John:

Choral Public Domain Library: An amazing resource of downloadable choral music, including many of John's excellent editions:   John's editions

Kathleen Avins: Music therapist and creative artist: