We've talked in the past about setting up websites for sharing your choir's information with the world, but you might want a website for a different purpose: sharing information internally with your choir. There are some immediate benefits to having a central place where all of your musicians can access materials, see the practice calendar, and communicate with each other. While it has limited "visual appeal," using Google Sites can get you up and running with an internal website in a manner of minutes. The Internet is loaded with tutorials on how to create a Google Site, so rather than take you through the steps to set-up, I'd like to point out some features that I think make this an extremely useful choir homebase.
You can choose to make your Google Site public or private (meaning that your singers will have to log in to view it). There are no hard-and-fast rules here, but remember that Fair Use extends to sharing resources online in an educational capacity only if you