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Gotham SING! - Adjudicated Choir Festival in NYC

Location: New York, USA
Choir type: School Choirs
Voicing: Mixed
Gotham SINGS! - Adjudicated Festival Program presented by Sechrist Travel
April 25-27, 2014 - New York City
Our festivals is open to High School Choirs and feature performance and adjudication at the Church of the Intercession in Manhattan.
Performing ensembles will receive the following:
  • constructive adjudication with taped and written comments - 3 choral clinicians
  • 30-minute on-stage clinic
  • awards dinner and presentation
  • commemorative plaque and group photo for director
  • participation certificate for each performer
Hotel, Sightseeing, and Theater packages avaialble, upon request.
Sechrist Travel prides itself in tour & festival organization, hospitality, and service.  Our attention to detail and planning are augmented by our intimate knowledge and advocacy of Music Education, Community, and Touring Ensembles.  We are proud members of the American Choral Directors Association and the Student and Youth Travel Association (SYTA).  
Our Owner/Operator, Sean Berg, also serves as the Director of the Celebration Singers, an adult Community Choir in Cranford, NJ, where he has served for 12 years.  Prior to this work he served as a High School Choral Director in Iowa and New York City.  His love and knowledge of performing ensembles, allows us to cater to, and anticipate, the specific needs and details required for a venture of this nature.
We are also able to design a tour for your ensemble with any destination, dates, and budget.  Let's chat about your specific ideas and how we might collaborate to design a tour that meets your needs and goals!
We are available anytime at 646-370-6689 or at
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