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2014 CME Institute for Choral Teacher Education

Location: Wisconsin, USA

Early registration for the 2014 CME Institute for Choral Teacher Education is open thru May 31st for interested conductors at all levels & for Artist Teacher applicants.  Limited number of suites are available for conductors at the beautiful Carthage College campus in Kenosha, WI (just north of Chicago).  Experience the CME Institute for Choral Teacher Education, an exemplary professional development course for singers, conductors and choral teachers since 1986.  Join our inspired community of colleagues led by Doreen Rao, Lee Kesselman, and Sandra Snow along with guest faculty David Rayl, guest composer Lita Grier and guest Choir-in-Residence MSU Children & Youth Choirs.  

 

Institute Dates: July 31-August 3, 2014  

Prelude One-Day Workshops: July 30th

 

Institute repertoire:  

Lita Grier’s Healing the Broken Hearted, Nicola Porpora’s Magnificat in A for treble voices, Allesandro Scarlatti’s Stabat Mater, Daniel Brewbaker’s Irish Cantata, Francisco Nunez’s Misa Pequena Para Ninos

 

Institute Fees:

$ 795, All inclusive fee for course tuition, housing and meals.  

Early registration discount of $50 through May 31, 2014. 

$ 395, Discounted fee for CME Certified Artist-Teachers and full-time university students. 

 

Prelude One-Day Workshops Fees: 

$ 75, Prelude Workshop Fee/Materials

$ 75, Prelude Housing/Meals for July 30

“Introduction and Orientation to Score Preparation and Conducting” with Lee Kesselman (recommended for first time Institute participants) &

“Focus on CME Sacred Music for Liturgy and Concert” with Scott Foss and Megan Marshall (Treble/Mixed)

 

For more information, go to www.choralmusicexperience.com or email cme.institute.us@gmail.com

 

 

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