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Harold Rosenbaum to Lead 2014 Choir Tour to Costa Rica

Location: New York, USA
In June, 2014, renowned choral conductor Harold Rosenbaum will be leading a choir tour to Costa Rica. He has led more than 25 choir tours to Europe, and one to Canada over the last quarter century. 
The tour runs from June 14 through 22, 2014 and will leave from Newark Airport, which provides non-stop flights to/from Costa Rica.
Maestro Rosenbaum has chosen Concept Tours ( to handle travel arrangements. Maureen Fagan,, will process reservations and provide receipts.  
There is no audition process, and non-singers are also welcome. The group will rehearse on weekends in early June in the New York City area.  Participants will be sent the scanned music in advance. Repertoire will include Byrd, Dowland, Josquin, Haydn and Mozart, plus spirituals and show tunes.

For complete details, please visit to see the tour brochure. The password is harold – all lower case.
Questions can be directed to or call 914-582-3915.
Harold Rosenbaum is one of the most accomplished and critically acclaimed choral conductors of our time. He is Founder, Conductor and Music Director of the New York Virtuoso Singers and the Canticum Novum Singers and Artistic Director of The Society for Universal Sacred Music. He is also lead Choral Conductor for Parma Recordings, and records works by living composers. He is the 2010 winner of ASCAP's Victor Herbert Founders Award, and the winner of the 2008 American Composer Alliance's Laurel Leaf Award, given in recognition of "distinguished achievement in fostering and encouraging American music."
A tireless proponent and advocate for contemporary composers and American composers in particular, he has created an annual choral composition competition, has commissioned over 50, and has conducted over 475 World Premieres. Visit him at
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