Dedicated to the perpetuation

and dissemination

of Polish culture

through song.

Góra Pięśń Polska!

PSAA |A Brief History

   The Polish Singers Alliance of America has been a musical home to over 300 member choruses, and thousands of singers in the USA and Canada who promote and preserve Polish culture through song.

   

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From the Atlantic to the Pacific, generations of those born in Europe or North America have taken pride in the heritage of their native land, and the camaraderie among those who love to sing...in English, in Latin, and other languages, but particularly in POLISH. For many, it is the only opportunity to learn the beauty of Polish song and the proud history of the Polish nation.

   A nation's spirit is echoed in its songs, and we invite

you to add your voices to ours to make this a world of true harmony. And in order to not only PRESERVE, but to actively PROMOTE and SHARE our magnificent Polish culture with all our fellow residents of the United States and Canada, join your church choir...and then join one of our choruses of the PSAA! You will follow a great tradition, and revere a nation and people who produced the great John Paul II.


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Welcome! Witamy!

Polish Singers Alliance

Of America

– St. John Paul II

The Polish Singers Alliance of America (PSAA), is the oldest Polish-American cultural organization in the United States. The PSAA, was founded in Chicago in 1889. It is an organization of amateur choral groups primarily interested in the preservation and promotion of Polish choral music. Member choirs are assigned to one of six active districts, and are located throughout the United States and also in Canada.

“None can sense more deeply than you artists, ingenious creators of beauty that you are, something of the pathos with which God at the dawn of creation looked upon the work of his hands.  A glimmer of that feeling has shone so often in your eyes when – like the artists of every age – captivated by the hidden power of sounds and words, colors and shapes, you have admired the work of your inspiration, sensing in it some echo of the mystery of creation with which God, the sole creator of all things, has wished in some way to associate with you.”