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Summer Conference 2012

SAVE THE DATE!
The 18th Annual
ACDA-PA
Summer Conference
July 29-31, 2012
Penn State University
School of Music

State College, PA

HEADLINERS:
Dr. Janet Galván, Ithaca College
Dr. Tim Sharp, Executive Director of ACDA

HIGHLIGHTS TO INCLUDE:
Intergenerational Mixed Honor Choir:
Membership is open to all adult singers as well as student singers in grade 9 through college. High school, college, church, and community singers and conductors are all encouraged to participate. We hope conference delegates will consider coming one day earlier to enjoy this experience! Look for registration information soon in your e-mail and at www.acdapa.org. For more information, contact the Honor Choir Chair, Caitlin Henning, at caitlin@ypcerie.org.

Interest sessions & Research posters on a range of topics, including Vocal Pedagogy, The Conductor-Accompanist, Movement in the Choral Rehearsal, Special Needs Singers, The A Cappella Phenomenon, and much more! If you would like to apply to present an interest session or research poster, please contact Jason Bishop at djb46@psu.edu.

Reading Sessions in both traditional and electronic formats, and including a reading session featuring music available on the Choral Public Domain Library (CPDL)

Plenary Sessions to include a discussion on ACDA’s strategic vision and progressive initiatives led by ACDA Executive Director Dr. Tim Sharp; a Town Hall meeting; a Conducting Workshop; and a Skype visit with a surprise headliner!

Complimentary Repertoire Packets

The Annual Summer Conference Dinner

Masterwork Sing-Along led by conductor Dr. Tim Sharp

Future Music Educators Day (July 30) for High School Students

After Hours social events

Plenty of Networking Opportunities

ACT 48 Credit available

ONLINE REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN APRIL 1.

 
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