This chapter examines powerful ways to integrate cultural context into the learning and performance of music drawn from the world’s diverse cultures. Topics include musicians as humans, music as place-based, music transcending place, music in and over time, musical functions, music as a component of other performative genres, and children’s musical cultures. Interdisciplinary collaborations are also featured, highlighting multiple ways to connect music-learning to history, social studies, geography, language arts, foreign languages, dance, film, and visual art. Seven Episodes provide concrete examples for effectively integrating cultural context into the WMP-based choral learning experiences. Considerations for bringing culture bearers into the choral music classroom are also discussed. The Conductor’s Corner in this chapter features choral world music pioneer Mary Goetze.