CREATING ARTISTY Conductor’s Workshop: June 9 – 15, 2013
Work with the world renowned Indianapolis Children’s Choir!
Creating Artistry is a week-long professional development opportunity for choral conductors of all experience levels held on the campus of Butler University in Indianapolis. Established over 20 years ago in a nurturing environment, students will hone a variety of skills through individual and master classes including: conducting gesture, vocal techniques, rehearsal efficiency, pacing, score analysis, Dalcroze eurhythmics, choral administration and more. Advanced ensembles of the Indianapolis Children’s Choir (ICC) will serve as laboratory choruses and provide the opportunity for participants to actively participate in and review the conducting process.
Led by ICC founder and artistic director Henry Leck, special guests include:
- Steven Rickards a highly acclaimed vocal performer and instructor, teaching at Butler University, the University of Indianapolis and Marian University.
- Tim Lautzenheiser a prominent advocate for arts education, and an expert in positive attitude and effective leadership training
- Joshua Pedde, a frequent conductor and clinician throughout the US, and a certified Orff instructor
- Ruth Dwyer, an internationally recognized treble choir specialist and Kodaly educator.
Cost is $700 plus housing. Contact Tracey Greider at 317-940-8043 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Click HERE for more information.