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2017-18 Workshops and Events

GROUP VOICE LESSONS FOR AGING VOICES
STARTS SEPTEMBER 17, 2017

Learn more about the Group Voice Lessons

Voice lessons in a group with an accompanist, individual singing/coaching in a masterclass setting on a volunteer basis, and a Q&A segment, all following a sequential curriculum of four (4) parts (details below). Participants can sign up for one (1) class or all classes.

AFTER-SCHOOL WEEKLY STUDENT CHOIR
STARTS SEPTEMBER 13, 2017

The San Diego Pro Arte Voices leads a weekly after-school choir program at Barnard Asian Pacific Language Academy in Pacific Beach. Vocalists of the Pro Arte Voices who are also music teachers teach K-5 students basic vocal technique, music reading, rhythmic skills, solfege, and musical concepts (melody, rhythm, form/structure), all through learning classical songs, musical theatre, and Mandarin, and American folk tunes.

SAN DIEGO SUMMER CHORAL CONDUCTING WORKSHOP
July 29-31, 2018

Learn more about the Summer Choral Conducting Workshop

Over three days, participants will receive intensive choral conducting study, focusing on gesture, rehearsal techniques, warmups, vocal pedagogy, programming ideas, and choral literature for K-12, church, and community choirs. A choir made up of members of the San Diego Master Chorale and auditioned local choral musicians will be available every evening acting as the main vehicle for Conducting Fellows, both in rehearsal and at the culminating recital.

SAN DIEGO SUMMER CHORAL FESTIVAL
August 2-4, 2018

Learn more about the Summer Choral Festival

The San Diego Summer Choral Festival is a four-day workshop that holds day and evening activities, including rehearsals, faculty recitals, vocal master classes, and topical sessions given by faculty, with performances in two of San Diego’s most rewarding acoustics: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church (Pacific Beach) and St. Paul’s Cathedral (Banker’s Hill). The festival is open to all levels of vocal ability and experience. Students (rising 10th graders through college), church musicians, amateurs, semi-professionals, and professionals are welcome.