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2nd Annual Halifax Summer Choral Conducting Symposium with guest clinician Dr. Hilary Apfelstadt - July 22-26, 2014

Location: Nova Scotia, Canada
Dear Choral Conductors and Choral Singers,
 
Join us this summer for the 2nd Annual Halifax Summer Choral Conducting Symposium - July 22-26, 2014 in Halifax, Nova Scotia!
 
 
The Halifax Summer Choral Conducting Symposium is a 5-day intensive workshop offering group instruction in choral/vocal pedagogy, conducting technique, choral repertoire, and Dalcroze Eurhythmics; and individual instruction in conducting, voice, piano and organ.  Designed to support the practical work of all levels of choral conductors, we invite school/university educators, church musicians, studio teachers, and undergraduate/graduate music students to participate.
 
This summer, we welcome Dr. Hilary Apfelstadt, Director of Choral Activities at the University of Toronto, as our guest clinician. 
 
We also welcome Dr. Caron Daley (Choral Pedagogy, Dalcroze Eurhythmics), Dr. Susan Boddie (Vocal Pedagogy), Lynette Wahlstrom (Church Music, Piano), and Shawn Whynot (Church Music, Organ) to our teaching faculty. 
 
There are four ways to participate in the symposium:
  • Active Conductor (8 spots) - deadline to apply May 15
  • Auditing Conductor (unlimited spots) - deadline to register June 1
  • Daily Registrant (unlimited spots) - deadline to register June 30
  • Member of the Symposium Chorus (by audition) – email halifaxsummerchoral.com for more information
To learn more about the event, or to register, please visit www.halifaxsummerchoral.com* 
 
To join our list-serve for monthly updates, please email halifaxsummerchoral@gmail.com.
 
Join us, this July, in Halifax!
 
All best,
Caron Daley, DMA
Artistic Director and Founder
 
*The Halifax Summer Choral Conducting Symposium operates in cooperation with the Nova Scotia Choral Federation, the Royal College of Organists, the Nova Scotia Department of Education and Long and McQuade.  Members of any Canadian provincial choral federation receive a discounted tuition.
 
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