The 2015 Halifax Summer Choral Conducting Symposium welcomes choral conductors, church musicians, school educators, professional musicians, and undergraduate/graduate students to attend a 5-day choral conducting workshop in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada!

The 2015 Halifax Summer Choral Conducting Symposium welcomes choral conductors, church musicians, school educators, professional musicians, and undergraduate/graduate students to attend a 5-day choral conducting workshop in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada!

July 13-17, 2015

Dr. Richard Sparks, Chair of Conducting and Ensembles at the University of North Texas, joins the 2015 HSCCS teaching team as guest clinician.  Read Richard’s entries in the Choralblog on Choralnet’s home page!

2015 Halifax Summer Choral Conducting Symposium highlights:

Daily Dalcroze Eurhythmics sessions
Daily score study/conducting sessions – Fauré’s Requiem and Haydn’s Te Deum No. 2 in C
“Morning sing” sessions
Daily conducting masterclasses with the Symposium Chorus
Voice masterclass for select participants
Individual conducting, vocal, and keyboard coachings

Visit halifaxsummerchoral.com for complete schedule and registration information!

“The faculty was approachable, encouraging, insightful.  The chorus was really great – personally and musically.”

Graduate student in Choral Conducting, USA

“I have learned so much!  Highly recommend!  Best wishes for the future of HSCCS!!  I have attended lots of these kinds of events – this was by far the best.”

Church Choral Director, USA

“All of the conductors improved during the symposium, some very greatly.”

Church Choral Director, Canada

“This has been the most collegial and team-oriented symposium I’ve been to.  Thank you for creating a familial environment.”

Graduate student in Choral Conducting, USA


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